The hits on this blog have surpassed the 70,000 mark. In the grand scheme of things, perhaps not an overwhelming number. But for a little man with a particular theological bent, it's well appreciated.
Traffic dropped off after China clamped down on internet traffic in Hong Kong, but we still average 100-300 hits per day here. Just for reference, we had 244 hits yesterday and we're averaging 168 hits/day in April. Not turning the world upside down but much appreciated, again.
The all-time top location hitting the page, even with the clamp down, is Hong Kong with nearly 31K visits. China comes in at number 5 with just under 4K visits. During the height of the protests in Hong Kong, when visits to the blog were very heavy, I posted this encouragement:
Our Brothers and Sisters in China and Hong Kong: Suffering and Reward
Another curious stat are the peak visits from Israel. This could be a function of VPN software routing through Israel, but they seem to come in bunches. It's a curious stat, but Israel is second to Hong Kong at over 13.7K visits. The USA comes in at third with just over 8K. Indonesia is similar the numbers for China (both around 3.8K visits each).
The Top Ten most visited individual studies (separate from simple visits to the main page) are thus:
- The Most Misquoted Verse in Scripture (2 Cor 5:8)
- Why Was Timothy Circumcised in Acts 16?
- The Monkees, the Messiah, & Me
- Are We Preaching the Right Gospel?
- Is the Masoretic Text Corrupted? (Quick Take)
- David Hocking, Gentiles, and the Acts 15 Council at Jerusalem
- Comparing the Different Listings of the Twelve Tribes
- Basics for Understanding the Bible
- Introduction to Personal Bible Study - Videos (2007)
- The Parable of the Sheep and the Goats - Part 1
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