Atheist Revolution's Most Popular Posts of 2020

2020 new year

With 2020 winding down, I figured now was as good a time as any to highlight the most popular Atheist Revolution posts written during the year. In looking over the list, I don't see any clear patterns, aside from the fact that a couple COVID-related posts are on it. I wouldn't have guessed that there would be any, but I suppose I shouldn't be surprised since that was a topic on many people's minds this year.

Here are the 10 most popular posts at Atheist Revolution written during 2020:

  1. Christian God Kills at Least 7 in Easter Tornadoes
  2. Driving Without Headlights in the COVID-19 Pandemic
  3. Want to Undermine Christian Privilege? Be Careful How You Talk About Gods
  4. What You Can Do to Oppose Christian Extremism
  5. Why Is the History Channel Undermining Skepticism?
  6. Bibles on the Road to Atheism
  7. Will Appeals to Personal Responsibility Improve Mask Compliance?
  8. How to Be an Atheist
  9. What Do Humanoid Aliens Reveal About Our Gods?
  10. Intrusive Christian Proselytizing Needs to End Now

I continued to use the approach I have been using for the past several years to identify the posts that were included on this list. Specifically, I used Google Analytics to show all posts written during 2020 and sorted them by pageviews. Some posts written in previous years continued to be popular in 2020, but they are not included here.

I think we can all agree that 2020 was not a typical year; it was a particularly trying one. I appreciate you being part of Atheist Revolution in 2020 and thank you for helping me get through it. If you have not yet subscribed or connected on social media, this is a perfect opportunity to do so. I know it makes little sense to think that 2021 is going to be significantly better just because it is a new year, but I do hope that those of us who wish to do so will be able to access the promised vaccine and regain some of what we have lost. And as always, I hope that 2021 will manage to be an even better year for atheism, secularism, humanism, skepticism, and freethought.