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John R. W. Stott was an Anglican cleric who was noted as a leader of the worldwide Evangelical movement. He was one of the principal authors of the Lausanne Covenant in 1974. He published numerous books and articles.
 

Biographies

Langham Partnership International - biography

Theopedia - biography article

London Institute for Contemporary Christianity - John Stott tribute page

Who is John Stott? - New York Times article, Nov 30, 2004, by David Brooks

 

Obituaries and Reminicenses

Obituaries

New York Times - Evangelical Leader the Rev. John Stott Dies at 90

Christianity Today - John Stott

  • Lots of good links to articles and books by and about Stott
  • Links to sermons are to a pay to read/listen site.

Daily Telegraph (UK) - The Rev John Stott

The Guardian (UK) - The Rev John Stott obituary

Publishers' Weekly - John Stott, Towering Figure of Evangelic Christianity, Dies

Reminiscences

Simon Barrow - Memories of John Stott

London Institute for Contemporary Christianity - remembrance page for Stott

Anglican Mainstream - Archbishop of Canterbury remembers John Stott

 

Publications about his work

The Gospel in the Modern World – A tribute to John Stott, ed Martyn Eden & David F. Wells (IVP, UK and USA, 1991)

A.D. 2000 and Beyond – A Mission Agenda, A Festschrift for John Stott’s 70th Birthday, ed Vinay Samuel & Chris Sugden (Regnum Books, 1991)

John Stott – The Making of a Leader. Dudley-Smith, Timothy (1999), Leicester: IVP

John Stott – A Global Ministry,  Dudley-Smith, Timothy (2001), Leicester: IVP

 

John R. W. Stott

 

Importance

He was one of the principal authors of the Lausanne Covenant in 1974.

In 2005, Time magazine ranked Stott among the 100 most influential people in the world.

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