I guess the thing to do is to reevaluate what post gets the most views at the end of the year. It has been a busy year because it is the first as a father. Next year will be especially challenging because I will start the year taking my Comps and then writing my bloody dissertation.
It seems like the most popular post was the one I did on Mozart and Barth. It was based on the last few pages of Andrews' postmodern reading of Barth and Derrida (a project that I am very much inclined to rehabilitate). Again, Barth looked to Mozart for what he affirmed about creation much like Deleuze (nein to resentment). When one gets trapped by a one dimensional reading of Barth as saying No to everything then one fails to see the creative tendencies in his theology. Frankly, after CD II/2, I am starting to see a type of Deleuzian affirmation of things especially since God elected to be for "this" world and "this" humanity to the extent that God covenanted with it. Thus, the nihilistic tendencies of Barth's negative period are more of a No to the safe answers that things like nationalism bring; Mozart's joy is then a way to look past these comforts and enjoy the creation with all of its questions and insecurities and possibilities.