Briefly Noted: Justin Taylor, Tim Brister, and Trevin Wax

Today was a particularly fruitful day for the blogosphere, in my opinion. Of the several blogs I peruse regularly, three had posts I would like to note briefly.

First, over at Between Two Worlds, Justin Taylor linked to Andy Naselli’s post at Reformation 21, entitled, “Why You Should Organize Your Personal Theological Library and a Way How,” which is worth a look. For those of you who haven’t discovered Justin Taylor’s blog yet, shame on you (or shame on me for not informing you sooner). Between Two Worlds provides links to the best blogposts and multimedia in the evangelical blogosphere. If you can only visit one website a day, this might be the one.

Second, over at Provocations and Pantings, Tim Brister offers “Johnny Hunt, Calvinism, and the Past Ten Years of My Life,” which is an interesting and unexpected story about his encounters with Johnny Hunt over the years. I enjoyed the video clip he provides and the blogpost.

Third, over at Kingdom People, Trevin Wax waxes eloquently about “Inerrancy and Baggage.” What he says in this post needed to be said.

The Alabama Baptist and the GCR

South Florida pastor Tim Brister has written a provocative post titled “The Alabama Baptist: A Case Study in the GCR Debate.” While his article is likely to ruffle some feathers down in the state that the stars fell on, it is a helpful addition to the GCR discussion because it provides a snapshot of how one young Southern Baptist pastor perceives the role his home state convention (and its paper) is playing in the debate. Whether you agree with Brister’s analysis or not, we’d encourage you to read his interesting article.