The three days I ruled the internet
For three years I was one of Huffington Post's most-read writers, publishing one essay on the site per week. This piece--"Ten Ways Christians Tend to Fail at Being Christian"--was, for three days, one of the most-read pieces on the interwebs. It was the viral-osity of "Ten Ways," followed by some 75 other essays in its vein that over the next five or so years proved almost equally as popular, that allowed me and so many others to create the kinds of online and real-time environments that ultimately helped millions of Christians to change their minds about so much that has always hurt so many in the name of the Christian God. Three years after "Ten Ways" appeared, I published my book UNFAIR, which continues to sell and be taught in churches.