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The writings of internationally respected preacher and teacher John Stott continue to speak to millions of readers around the world. Basic Introduction to the New Testament—originally published in 1954 as Men with a Message—introduces readers to the message of the New Testament writers, including Mark, Matthew, Luke, John, Paul, and more.
This trim new edition presents the text of the book's 1994 edition, which bears the vintage Stott hallmarks—comprehensive knowledge of his subject, acute intellectual rigor, and powerful analysis—and was updated and expanded by Stephen Motyer at John Stott's invitation.
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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author of The Purpose-Driven Life
"You should read everything John Stott writes."
Capitol Hill Baptist Church
"This is a marvelously concise, spiritually minded introduction that I highly commend."
D. A. Carson
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
"If I were returning to pastoral ministry in a local church, I would ensure that there were always copies available of John Stott's Basic Introduction to the New Testament. And every time I started a series of expositions of any New Testament book, Stott's Basic Introduction would be mentioned from the pulpit. Christians looking for introductory help in understanding the Bible simply cannot do better than to turn to this classic."
Alistair Begg (from the foreword)
Truth For Life
"The bold, clean cover of this trim new edition certainly catches the eye, but it is the compelling relevance of the content that has kept the book in print for so long, and which will continue to serve generations who never enjoyed the privilege of hearing John Stott preach. . . . As an unashamed fan of this work, I commend it to you with the prayer that a whole new generation will be helped to understand the message properly, to live it out faithfully, and to proclaim it boldly."