The Radical Disciple: Some Neglected Aspects Of Our Calling by John Stott

Quite simply this is classic Stott. Most of what he writes in this book he has written else where. But that really does not matter. Having Stott’s thoughts on discipleship compiled in one volume is wonderful. John Stott is one of the most important and influential evangelical, Anglican figures in the last 100 years. A new generation of ministers are enjoying his writings afresh, and this volume should be a favorite. Short and concise each chapter brims with Stotts indubitable style and wisdom.

The final chapter, on death, was my favorite. His wisdom, humility and honesty (he is 87 years of age and, as he says, he is reflecting on death and seeking to prepare for it) was touching. This is a book which should be given away. It’s as good as any book on encouraging and challenging us in the way  of being a disciple of Christ.


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