ADvindicate is nearing its one year anniversary (Feb. 2, 2013), but as the current calendar year comes to a close, we would like to share the five most viewed posts for 2012. 5. Thoughts on the Columbia Union vote August (4,662 pageviews) - While this article came in at number five, it was the most talked about with over 700 comments.
4. La Sierra University professors prohibited from teaching creation April (4,869 pageviews) - Bond document discovered that appears to restrict La Sierra University from using their new science complex for sectarian instruction, devotional activities, religious worship or to be connected with any programs of any school or department of divinity.
3. Seventh-Gay Adventist film gives new meaning to ‘truth and freedom’ September (5,229 pageviews) - Film critique by Wayne Blakely.
2. An empty victory for the PUC majority, a feminine perspective August (9,723 pageviews) - ADvindicate writer reflects on the Pacific Union Conference vote regarding ordination of women to the gospel ministry.
1. Rape allegations surface in the Samuel Pipim kerfuffle June (11,201 pageviews) - The beginning of the end for Samuel Pipim's ministry as news surfaces about his affairs with at least four other young women.
We would like to hear what you enjoyed reading the most from ADvindicate, and what you would like to read more of in 2013.