Tag Archives: John Stott

John Stott on the Meaning of Self-Denial during Lent

“We should not suppose that self-denial is giving up luxuries during Lent or that ‘my cross’ is some personal and painful trial. We are always in danger of trivializing Christian discipleship, as if it were no more than adding a … Continue reading

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On Reading John Stott’s Commentary on 2 Timothy

At times I enjoy reading critical commentaries by those in the academy, and then, there are times, I go more for commentaries written by those in the pastorate. Many people don’t realize that the late John R.W. Stott was a … Continue reading

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“Stand for Israel?”

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Wednesdays with Wright: My Pilgrimage in Theology

Your theology should never be so settled that there is no room for further development.  I think this quote from N.T. Wright aptly illustrates the need to read and reread Scripture until Scripture itself informs our conclusions: “When I began … Continue reading

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