- The bad arguments series: theist guff about worldviews (including the "atheism is a religion" line which seems to have cropped up a lot lately), atheists' embarrassing errors about the Bible and gays or "Why President Bartlet was wrong", and theist guff about science. I realised I promised more on science at the end of the last one, and some day I may get round to writing it.
- The Special Edition of Bishops Gone Wild, when the Lords Spiritual got their way with the Equality Bill.
- My post on Georges Rey's Meta-atheism: Religious Avowal as Self-Deception drew together some previous thoughts on how much believers actually believe.
- Is the Creator good? drew together Hume, William Lane Craig and Ptolemy the Gnostic to show that, even if there are such things as personal Creators, we don't seem to have much reason to call them good. No-one commented on the article, but I assume that was because my argument was so devastating as to admit no rebuttal.
- Bigots, Brown, Justice, Laws is mostly about the ruling on Gary McFarlane, a relationship counsellor who was sacked by Relate for refusing to give therapy to homosexual couples.
- Q: When is a person like a rock? A: When there's no God got the most comments this year, although all of them were either by me or Comrade. If you can't be bothered to read the entire lot, I think my summary is a reasonable one.
- Reform and the Interminable Anglican Sex Kerfuffle, in which the Guardian's Andrew Brown discovers complementarianism. Contains a picture of me dressed as a bishop, if that's your thing.
- A great cloud of witlessness: the Not Ashamed campaign criticises people who think they're living in a Frank Peretti novel.
Thanks to my friends and family for all their support, and to the strangers who wrote to ask where I'd gone during the hiatus in my postings. May 2011 be a better year for us all.