InterVarsity Press is re-issuing some classics from their catalogue. Basic Christianity by John Stott is a standard. It is every bit a classic in the explanation of Christianity as Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis. Having read Stott’s book years ago, I took the opportunity to read it again.
Every morning I try to make my habit be a prayer. As quickly as possible when I’m awake I focus on either Psalm 23 or the Lord’s Prayer.
There have been many reflections in all kinds of places on the life of John Stott since his passing this week. One of the kindest pieces I have read is from Nicholas Krisotff. This piece demonstrates the mental contortions we enter into in our world. As a conservative, evangelical Pentecostal, I see and experience theseContinue reading “Just Living Out Faith”
“An evangelical is a plain, ordinary Christian.” — John Stott