Our contributing writers have some great stories to tell.
Since our site launched in July, they've been sharing their insight. As we begin a new year, let's take a moment to look back and find out which pieces were the most read.
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Here are the top 5 most-read contributor stories of 2012.
1. "Then I'm going, too": Greg Lammers shares the story of how he became an atheist.
2. Thanksgiving: A Hindu perspective: H.R. Chandrasekhar answers a frequently asked question about his Indian perspective on the American holiday.
3. Where you started, where you are, where you're going to be: Ryan Levi shares his journey of being religiously secular and culturally Jewish.
4. Re-framing black Friday: Kevin Glenn takes a look at that popular American shopping tradition that so oddly follows a day of gratitude.
5. Gratitude: Weird, but worthwhile: Kevin Glenn makes a top-5 spot again! This time, it's a look at gratitude. The title says it all.
Thanks to all of our conributors for all of their excellent work!
*Note: This report was compiled Dec. 20, 2012.
To see the top stories reported by our journalism staff, check out yesterday's story: Your favorites: Top news and feature stories of 2012.