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Most Read Liveblog Posts of 2009

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Christianity Today editors post a variety of news to Liveblog, and we find it interesting to see what piques your interest.

Earlier we posted the top 10 CT politics blog posts and the top 10 women's blog posts. Now, here are the top read Liveblog posts for 2009 (You can see 2008's most read here).

1. Ray Boltz Comes Out

By Mark Moring

2. Was Michael Jackson a Christian?

Initial rumors that the King of Pop had accepted Christ may have been false

By Mark Moring

3. Correcting the 'Mistakes' of TNIV and Inclusive NIV, Translators Will Revise NIV in 2011

"We fell short of the trust that was placed in us."

By Ted Olsen

4. Matt Chandler Has Mass on Frontal Lobe

Dallas area megachurch pastor suffered seizure on Thanksgiving.

By Ted Olsen

5. ELCA Approves Leaders in Same-Sex Relationships

Unlike yesterday's 2/3 vote approving a sexuality statement, resolutions today needed only a simple majority.

By Ted Olsen

6. James Dobson Resigns from Focus on the Family

Dobson will still host the radio show, write a monthly newsletter, and speak on moral issues.

By Sarah Pulliam

7. Why the Pope is Right about Condoms and HIV

In the War against HIV, condoms are a less effective strategy when epidemic-level infection rates occur.

By Timothy C. Morgan

8. Bring Out the Hankies

"I was in prison, and you visited me."

By Mark Moring

9. Dobson to Leave Focus on the Family Radio Show

The organization's founder had resigned as chairman of the board in February.

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey

10. Born-Again Atheist Makes Gradual Return to Belief

A. N. Wilson, debunking biographer of C. S. Lewis and Jesus, has had many second thoughts.

By David Neff

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