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.
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London, like many historic cities, forces rich and poor to live cheek by jowl. It always has. It is much less ghettoed than many more modern
Well, to all my American friends and family, Happy 4th July. I wish you a great day of celebration and fun. That is always a
I’ve got a problem. But it’s not the sort of problem that you’re going to have much sympathy for. In fact, it’s not the sort
There’s a key moment when the oleaginous Foreign Office chameleon, Giles Oakley, goads his protegé and A Delicate Truth‘s protagonist, Toby Bell, about what he should
I think it’s fair to say that remaining neutral about anything Carl Trueman writes or says is impossible. And that’s no bad thing! He’s always
I have been waiting for years for someone to write this book. And so I’m hugely grateful to Tim Keller. He’s clearly the man for
He’s a great poet – but hasn’t produced much recently. (Hint hint, Steve) This is a gem – nestled in one of his great children’s