Here are the posts you clicked on the most during the fourth month of Her.meneutics. Thanks to regular readers and visitors for helping to make the CT women's blog a success. And stay tuned for coverage of Not That Kind of Girl, Carlene Bauer's memoir of reconciling her evangelical faith with life among NYC's cultural elite; an interview with Margot Starbuck, author of The Girl in the Orange Dress, newly out from InterVarsity Press; and other news and analysis from evangelical women.
(10) "Where Does Francis Collins Stand on Stem-Cell Research?" by Katelyn Beaty // Comments: 7
The question is more pressing now that he is heading the National Institutes of Health.
(9) "Building Up Without Walls," by Elissa Cooper // Comments: 4
Paula White steps up as senior pastor of the troubled Pentecostal megachurch.
(8) "Jimmy Carter Speaks Up on Women," by Sarah Pulliam // Comments: 9
The born-again President recently penned an op-ed condemning gender inequality in the name of religion.
(7) "Journalists Link Rising Teen Pregnancy Rates to Bush Administration," by Ruth Moon // Comments: 12
Rates of teen pregnancy, STDs rose during 2006-2007. Does this mean abstinence education isn't working?
(6) "Corrupt Clergy and Forgiveness," by Christine A. Scheller // Comments: 6
Cases like last week's organ-brokering scandal in New Jersey leave no room for cheap grace.
(5) "The Charismatic Alberto Cutie," by Julia Duin // Comments: 1
Time will tell if the celebrity priest lives up to Church of the Resurrection's lively tradition.
(4) "Harry Potter and the Vampire Battle," by Laura Leonard // Comments: 14
Yet another reason for evangelicals to embrace the boy wizard.
(3) "The Urban Chicks Movement," by Lisa Graham McMinn // Comments: 8
Living out faith can include 'just food.'
(2) "The Anna Syndrome," by Julia Duin // Comments: 44
When hanging out at church only hinders single women.
(1) "Dancing Down the Aisle," by Laura Leonard // Comments: 27
What a viral wedding-dance video can teach about the meaning of marriage.