Goodbye John Stott

John StottI would like to join many other bloggers and writers in offering my final respects to John Stott, who died a few days ago. I was too busy moving house to write anything immediately. But I don’t want to leave his passing unmarked.

John will long be remembered for his well balanced Christian wisdom and for his important part in reinvigorating British evangelicalism in the second half of the 20th century. I have nothing else to add to what I wrote only three months ago for his 90th birthday.

There is much more to read about him available on the Internet.

0 thoughts on “Goodbye John Stott

  1. Peter
    I recalled on your 90th birthday post the only time I heard him preach – aged mid 80s and full of power and life. As Tim Chesterton mused then, it is now a precious memory.

    “Well done good and faithful servant.”

  2. Pingback: John R.W. Stott, April 21st 1921 – July 27th 2011 | Faith, Folk and Charity

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