John Stott: Centenary Appreciation

Apr 15, 2021 by

John Stott was born 27 April 1921 and died 27 July 2011. His legacy continues. See the website for biographical information, summaries of John’s thinking, vision and legacy, and videos of recent centenary events arranged by All Souls Church and the ministries he founded: Langham Partnership; LICC (London Institute for Contemporary Christianity); EFAC (the Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion); and others. 

More recent articles published elsewhere:

John Stott’s legacy celebrated on his centenary, from Church Times

John Stott’s double listening and triple H celebrated on his 100th birthdayBy Chris Sugden, VirtueOnline

John Stott listened and made the church relevant in the modern world, by Paul Woolley, The Times [£]

John Stott at 100: Why Evangelicals Still Need Him, by Russell Moore, The Gospel Coalition

My 10 Favorite Books by John Stott, by Conrad Mbewe, The Gospel Coalition

John Stott: centenary of a true radical, from The Spectator

What can today’s evangelicals learn from John Stott, 100 years after his birth? by David Baker, Christian Today

Heroes of the faith: John Stott, by J John,



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