2020 Reflections | Wednesdayinthe Word.com

2020 was the year of the COVID pandemic. I put the lock down to good use. I have collected a wealth of Bible Study information over the years, but that information has been sitting in file cabinets, not doing anyone any good. One of my “quarantine projects” was scanning and tossing the paper, and turning the information into a post that I can share with you — making it searchable and accessible.

2020 stats

  • Added a record-breaking number of 81 resource pages to the website this year.
  • Created 38 podcasts – breaking my goal of 500 podcasts. I started the year at 481 and ended with 519.
  • 28,208 listener downloads — almost making my goal of reaching 150,000 listener downloads of the podcast. I started with 121,605 and ended with 149,813.
  • But wait: On the morning of January 1st, I was only 187 short (149,813). However by the evening of January 2, I reached 150,951. I’m going to call that a win. A big thanks to all my listeners!

5 most popular podcasts

The 5 most popular podcasts of 2020 (which tend to be those published earliest in the year):

Podcasts with 600+ downloads

These tend to be the oldest podcasts.

2020 Bible Studies

Resources added in 2020

  1. What is hard complementarian?
  2. What is a soft complementarian?
  3. What is an egalitarian?
  4. Resources on women in authority in the church
  5. The 4 qualifications for being an apostle
  6. Best Good Friday Service (I heard)
  7. Word Study Shortcuts
  8. Introduction to the Old Testament
  9. Introduction to the New Testament
  10. Who are the early church fathers?
  11. Augustine’s Principles of Interpretation
  12. Interpretation terms defined
  13. Understanding Scripture Collection
  14. Understanding Apocalyptic Literature
  15. Understanding the Gospels
  16. Introduction to Exile & Return
  17. Introduction to the Prophets
  18. What is Theology?
  19. Who was Nebuchadnezzar?
  20. Introduction to the Southern Kingdom
  21. Introduction to the Northern Kingdom
  22. When did the Exodus happen?
  23. Introduction to the Intertestamental period
  24. Introduction to Ancient Egypt
  25. New Testament Jewish Culture
  26. Biblical Greek: Prepositions
  27. Biblical Greek: Cases
  28. Who was Mark?
  29. What’s the difference between “Son of man” and “Son of God”?
  30. New Testament Canon: Why these books
  31. Land in the Old Testament
  32. Finding Strong’s Number

Resource Pages added in 2020

I completed a resource page for every book of the Bible. New in 2020:

  1. Exodus
  2. Esther
  3. Ruth
  4. Leviticus
  5. Numbers
  6. Genesis
  7. Deuteronomy
  8. Daniel
  9. Ezra
  10. Joshua
  11. Judges
  12. 1&2 Kings
  13. 1&2 Chronicles
  14. Ezekiel
  15. Revelation
  16. Job
  17. Psalms
  18. Proverbs
  19. Ecclesiastes
  20. Song of Solomon
  21. Lamentations
  22. Hosea
  23. Micah
  24. Joel
  25. Amos
  26. Obadiah
  27. Jonah
  28. Zephaniah
  29. Nahum
  30. Haggai
  31. Zechariah
  32. Malachi

Tools, Charts & Lists new in 2020

  1. How the Old Testament is organized
  2. The Old Testament Books in Chronological Order
  3. Exodus-Numbers Parallels
  4. Exodus quotes in the New Testament
  5. Chart of Israel’s Judges
  6. Leviticus quotes in the New Testament
  7. Deuteronomy Quotes in the New Testament
  8. Minor Prophets Quoted in the New Testament
  9. Joshua-Job Quotes in the New Testament
  10. Paul’s use of the Old Testament
  11. Proverbs-Ecclesiastes Quotes in the New Testament
  12. Daniel quotes in the NT
  13. Ezekiel quotes in the NT
  14. Mathew’s use of the Old Testament
  15. Mark’s use of the Old Testament
  16. James’ use of the Old Testament
  17. Jude’s use of the Old Testament
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