Back in September, The Lutheran asked readers to contribute to a survey on what cover stories you’d like to read in 2007. We pledged to do our best to tackle the top 10 from a list of 25, allowing for editorial discretion.
The top five were runaway winners, clearly separating themselves from the rest of the list. Next came a group of stories bunched in the middle of the results, with the balance of ideas ripe for serious treatment as shorter articles throughout the year.
One top vote-getter, however, will be the source of a number of continuing stories as the ELCA pushes forward with a denominationwide program on how Lutherans read the Bible.
So, here are the winners, in descending order:
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