This is the 5th post in a short series trying to grapple with today’s sense of malaise in British evangelicalism. We’re all aware of body
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I can’t quite believe it but I first met Dani Oprean 12 years ago now, during my first visit to Romania. We had little idea
Inevitably, this series’ lists are very personal and limited. It’s primarily a way of honouring those who have had an impact on me, but they’re
It is Good Friday so the subject matter for the day’s reading presented itself easily enough. Choosing what to read, however, was a very different
I’ve not stopped writing! I’m just writing loads of things elsewhere so inevitably it’s been a challenge to keep up with things on the blog.
Despite the relative freedom that singleness brought him, John Stott would never have achieved everything he achieved in his 90-year life were it not for
Regulars will know that John Stott is a frequent focus here. I’ve just finished reading Alister Chapman’s excellent, scholarly engagement with John Stott’s legacy: Godly Ambition.
STOP PRESS: It is now available here from Langham Literature, and will be on all usual distributors soon. It came as a complete surprise to
John Stott was scrupulous in attempting to do this. It was a key element of the respect that he garnered amongst those he debated or disagreed.
IVP has been running a blog series on John Stott’s thought – they’ve produced a number of short videos about it, accompanied by relevant posts.
I’ve been musing on this for the last few months, sparked by my prep for a talk at a Langham consultation last Autumn. It’s rather