Creation, Conference & Conversations: 2019 in Review

Jim Stump
Jim Stump 
On December 30, 2019

Ever since 2014, I’ve written an end-of-year blog post that details which of our webpages received the most traffic that year. Earlier in 2019, we did a major audit of the more than 2000 different pieces and pages on BioLogos, and weeded out the ones that had very little ongoing traffic. Unfortunately for my end-of-year posts, they didn’t make the cut (isn’t anyone interested in looking back to see what the most viewed blog posts on our website were for 2016??). So I can’t point you back to review the last few years of top articles like I normally do at the beginning of this post. But I am continuing the tradition!

2019 was a big year with the website migration, the conference, and the debut of the Language of God podcast! I’m going to report on three types of content on our site: Common Questions, Articles, and Podcast Episodes, and you can find a chronological archive of all types of content posted this year on our Resources Page.

Without further ado, here are the lists for 2019:

Top Common Questions: What are people asking?

The Common Questions get the most traffic, and much of that is from organic Google searches. We created two new ones this year, so you’ll have to make sure to check those out.

We utilized our team of experts to create two new Common Questions for 2019:

The top 3 most viewed Common Question pages for 2019 are:

Top viewed articles for 2019: What’s popular from this year?

The popularity of articles posted in 2019 is affected by when they were posted—none of the top 10 for 2019 came from after September. So the calendar privileges some content for these kinds of surveys…

Top Podcast Episodes: What are people listening to?

Our podcast, Language of God, was new this year. We featured 26 episodes with a wide range of diversity of opinions and perspectives. We hope you find one that you enjoy. These were some of the ones others have enjoyed.

Top 10 Pre-2019 Articles: What’s still intriguing people?

Lastly, there are quite a few articles in our archive that continue to get very strong ongoing readership, often because they have been linked in places elsewhere on the internet.

Jim Stump
About the Author

Jim Stump

Jim Stump is Vice President of Programs at BioLogos. He oversees the editorial team, participates in strategic planning, and hosts the podcast, Language of God. Jim also writes and speaks on behalf of BioLogos. He has a PhD in philosophy and was formerly a professor and academic administrator. His books include, Four Views on Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design; Science and Christianity: An Introduction to the Issues; How I Changed My Mind about Evolution; and The Blackwell Companion to Science and Christianity. You can email Jim Stump at or follow him on Twitter.  
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