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The NINES: Jared Wilson on Preaching

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Also Worth Reading

Studying Other Religions: Kevin DeYoung offers a helpful piece on the basic history and doctrines of Mormonism. A good resource to help you better understand this Mormonism Explained: What Latter-day Saints Teach and Practice by Andrew Jackson (Crossway’s also posted an excerpt from the book on their blog).

Reading: Over at Crossway’s blog, Tony Reinke answers the question, “How do you prioritize what you read?

Lone Wolfing: David Murray offers some good pastoral implications from recent articles describing Obama as the loner President.

Conference: Desiring God has announced the 2012 Conference for Pastors: God, Manhood & Ministry—Building Men for the Body of Christ. The conference will feature Darrin Patrick, Doug Wilson and several others discussing the importance of biblical manhood. Here’s Piper’s video invitation:

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In Case You Missed It

Here are a few of this week’s notable posts:

A Sign That Some Purging is in Order

Video: Don’t Be More Gospel-Centered Than Jesus

Bringing Back a Sense of Balance by Nate Palmer

Book Review: The Sacred Acre by Mark Tabb

3 Things I’m Looking Forward To About Our New Small Group

J.C. Ryle: Do Not Expect Peace Before The Prince of Peace Returns

Joel Beeke: Chosen to Holiness

Bloodlines: Racism in the 1960s American South—really appreciated this documentary that accompanies John Piper’s new book, Bloodlines: Race, Cross, and the Christian.