Friday, April 28, 2006
Top Ten Reasons Why Justin Taylor's Blog is Better than Mine
Last week I dedicated a Top Ten List to "Weird Al" Yankovic. This week, I decided to produce a top ten list on the preeminent evangelical blogger--Justin Taylor. So, here we go again:

Top Ten Reasons Why Justin Taylor's Blog is Better than Mine:

  • 10) Between Two Worlds has been around longer than my blog
  • 9) His blog gets more visitors in a day than mine does in a month
  • 8) Taylor is a published author while I am busy writing papers for class
  • 7) I do not HT Taylor because everybody who reads my blog has already seen Taylor's blog. He never HT's me because he has already found all of the resources I link to.
  • 6) He co-runs a site dedicated to John Owen. I need to read more John Owen.
  • 5) He works for Crossway. Need I say more?
  • 4) Between Two Worlds is in Tim Challies "Best of the Best (Top 10)" section of his blogroll. I am not included in Challies' blogroll.
  • 3) He is Reclaiming the Center
  • 2) One name: John Piper
  • 1) Because Justin is an all-around great guy
 
posted at 3:00 PM  
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2 Comments:
At 5:20 PM, Blogger Dan Paden said...

Actually, I've never seen Mr. Taylor's blog.

 
At 11:42 AM, Blogger JT said...

John:

You're very kind!

Thanks for the way you're serving the church,

JT

 

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