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WORLDmag.com's Top 20 for 2010

News of the Year | A ranking of the 20 most popular articles on WORLD's website during the past year

1. Deeds done in darkness

A prison epistle sheds light on otherwise unknown Christians suffering in secret cells | by Mindy Belz | Nov. 20 issue
2. Lessons from a broken man

Indiana congressman Mark Souder's admission of adultery shows how a marriage can fall apart, while other lawmakers struggle to keep theirs together | by Emily Belz | June 19 issue

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3. Kill the Christians

Lawmakers and protesters in Afghanistan are calling for just that | by Mindy Belz | June 18 Web Extra
4. Empty house

Hillary Clinton hails opening of adoption home that didn't take off | by Emily Belz | Feb. 27 issue
5. Beckoning Christians

TV personality Glenn Beck is not the problem, but his religious syncretism is | by Marvin Olasky | Sept. 25 issue

6. Riding the rapids

Grand Canyon rocks challenge Christian colleges' divergent stands on evolution | by Marvin Olasky | Sept. 11 issue
7. Jim Wallis vs. the truth

More evidence surfaces concerning the George Soros/Sojourners connection | by Marvin Olasky | Aug. 18 Web Extra
8. The quiet weapon

Meet a man who plans to balance the federal budget without raising taxes and put the U.S. economy on sure footing without bailouts, overhauls, or takeovers: Wisconsin Republican Paul Ryan | Edward Lee Pitts | May 22 issue
9. Serving a God of miracles

The medical mission field, says WORLD's 2010 Daniel of the Year, comes with threats-and privileges | by Mindy Belz | Dec. 18 issue
10. 'In the thick of it'

Fighting terrible pain and now breast cancer, Joni Eareckson Tada fights to persevere: 'I don't want to tarnish His name.' | by Susan Olasky | Oct. 23 issue
11. Treading carefully

After Prince Caspian's disappointing results, Walden Media went back to the basics with The Voyage of the Dawn Treader | by Megan Basham | Dec. 18 issue
12. Fantastical

Except for a detour into green mist, Dawn Treader sails smooth and straight | by Megan Basham | Dec. 18 issue
13. Fear at Fanda

A sexual abuse scandal at a New Tribes Mission boarding school in West Africa reveals a long tale of childhood suffering and the poor record of missionary accountability | by Jamie Dean | Sept. 25 issue
14. Beck vs. Wallis

Understanding a high-profile fight about 'social justice' | by Marvin Olasky | April 10 issue
15. Effective compassion

Colorado's New Horizons named West regional winner of Hope Award contest | by Marvin Olasky | April 24 issue
16. Arenas of service

A return to Luther's doctrine of vocation would mean a return to God's priorities for our lives-and a return to being more effective salt and light in the world | by Gene Edward Veith | Aug. 28 issue
17. More than money

WORLD's 2010 Book of the Year makes a ­compelling case that the clash ­between free ­enterprise and socialism is a moral battle | by Marvin Olasky | July 3 issue
18. A pro-baby wave

Optimistic signs point to a changing abortion debate | by Marvin Olasky | Jan. 30 issue
19. Surrogate parents

New Horizons builds relationship triangles with prisoners and their newborn children | by Daniel Olasky | April 24 issue
20. Escalating opposition

Feminists, Planned Parenthood, and gays put pressure on CBS to drop the Tebows' Super Bowl ad | by Megan Basham | Feb. 4 Web Extra


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