Last week we shared our 10 most popular posts of 2020, all of which got thousands of reads. In contrast, the readership for each of our Top-5 “most overlooked” articles numbered only in the hundreds. Sometimes the reason an article is overlooked is obvious – they got stuck with a lousy picture, or the powers-that-be at Facebook wouldn’t let us promote it to our audience. Other times, it’s more of a mystery: a great article just fails to launch. On this list, we’re giving the best of this bunch one last boost. Here, now, are the 5 most overlooked articles of 2020.
If we’ve let “compassion” redefine this, that, and the other thing too, why shouldn’t the definition of “triangle” be changed too, in favor of something more inclusive?
Zach and Owen don’t agree about what the Church should do in response to government lockdown orders. But they do agree that iron sharpens iron, so they want to talk it out.
Fighting income inequality is not the same thing as fighting poverty. If you liked this, you might also appreciate another overlooked economics article: How free trade helps even poor countries.
Short and succinct, Dr. John Byl explains why a belief in a millions-of-years-old earth can’t be reconciled with the Bible.
This was more than just a review of an important documentary that every parent needs to see; it also includes tips and links to other very helpful resources.