My Ten Favourite Books by John Stott

I reblog this text on the day when we celebrate 100 years from the birth of John Stott.
You may find more texts I have written along the years on John Stott with a simple seaarch for ‘Stott’ on this blog.

Persona

The list I submit here, at the request of RomGabe, is highly subjective and does not involve any hierarchy. It is somewhat random in terms of order and may also exclude some valuable titles that did not necessarily resonate with me.

I have to also say that I do not particularly like John Stott’s writings. They seem somewhat dry to me (this may simply be because of the editors he used), especially when compared with the warmth of his live messages.

So, here are my favourites, for what it matters:

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Author: DanutM

Anglican theologian. Former Director for Faith and Development Middle East and Eastern Europe Region of World Vision International

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