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Top 10 most-viewed blog posts of 2012: ‘Duck Dynasty’ ranks No. 1

Al Robertson, third from left, dares to be different. He’s pictured with his brothers Willie and Jase, father Phil, uncle Si, brother Jeptha and duck call makers Justin Martin and John Godwin. (Photo provided by Al Robertson)

We published more than 350 posts on The Christian Chronicle’s news blog during 2012.
The top three most-viewed posts, however, all had to do with the same subject: “Duck Dynasty,” the hit cable television show featuring the Robertson family, all members of the White’s Ferry Road Church of Christ in West Monroe, La.
The Top 10 most-viewed posts of 2012:
1. Louisiana minister stepping down to help family with thriving ‘Duck Commander’ business
2. Video: ‘Duck Dynasty’ star Willie Robertson discusses his faith at Harding University
3. For once, Jesus stays in ‘Duck Dynasty’ family prayer
4. Young Christian, Harding student dies helping accident victims
5. 102,000 fewer people in the pews since ’03: Churches of Christ in decline
6. Q&A: Harding University’s next president on faith, Christian higher education and Churches of Christ
7. Q&A: ACU’s dean of students discusses new policy allowing dancing
8. ‘Hatfields & McCoys’: Real historical ties to Churches of Christ?
9. ‘Duck Dynasty’ finale shatters A&E records for viewership
10. Chick-fil-A controversy: Should Christians pledge to ‘eat mor chikin?’

  • Feedback
    So what you’re saying is that “Duck Dynasty” is to <i>The Christian Chronicle’s</i> blog as the SEC is to college football. Makes sense.
    Erik Tryggestad
    January, 1 2013

    Are you talking about the SEC with LSU (lost to Clemson) and Mississippi State (lost to Northwestern) and South Carolina (barely escaped against Michigan) and your beloved Georgia (tight game with Nebraska most of the way)? If so, I don’t get the connection. 🙂
    Bobby Ross Jr.
    January, 2 2013

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