John Stott has died. He was 90.
John Stott is one of my most revered christian leaders. His writings have influenced me more than perhaps anyone else, although I enjoyed reading the likes of JI Packer, CS Lewis and Gordon Fee just as much. The church will miss him badly. I will miss him. Just on Tuesday night I was at Koorong and got another one of his books (The Cross of Christ). His emphasis on good preaching should be heeded by so many today.
If you have never read any of his books, go and get one – any one (start with Basic Christianity).
John Stott has run a great race, fought a great fight, and will certainly have the Lord say to him, “Well done, good and faithful servant”.
- John Stott tribute (wordsofgrace.wordpress.com)
- The Death of John Stott (apologus.wordpress.com)
- John Stott Has Died (mollystories.wordpress.com)
- John Stott, Annihilationist (1921-2011) (5ptsalt.com)
- John Stott, rest in peace (1921-2011) (westernthm.wordpress.com)
- John R. W. Stott (1921-2011) (expositorythoughts.wordpress.com)
- Not Driscoll’s Jesus, nor Jim West’s, but the Bible’s (gentlewisdom.org.uk)
- John Stott RIP (christianbookshopsblog.org.uk)
- Thank You John Stott (1921-2011) (timmybrister.com)
- In remembrance of John Stott (petegreenwood.wordpress.com)
- John Stott has Died (zwingliusredivivus.wordpress.com)
- John Stott’s departing (presbyteriangrace.wordpress.com)
- The Rev John Stott obituary (guardian.co.uk)
- John Stott (1921 – 2011) (spurgeon.wordpress.com)