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The legacy of this urbane British pastor-theologian -- author of over 50 books and a world expert in ornithology -- is already the subject of doctoral theses. Here, friends from all continents share insights and perspectives on what John Stott brought to the life of the church.
Number of Pages: 80
Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
Series: Didasko Files
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John Stott's life adorned the gospel of Christ. He wore privilege lightly, lived modestly, worked diligently, and was loved by the rich and the poor. Here was authentic Christian discipleship.
The legacy of this urbane British pastor-theologian--author of over 50 books and a world expert in ornithology--is already the subject of doctoral theses. In this resource from the Lausanne Movement, Lindsay Brown, Ajith Fernando, Bill Lewis, Mark Greene, and others share stories, insights, and personal appreciation for what John Stott brought to the life of the church.
Also includes a biography.