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John Stott Legacy Collection (10 vols.)
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John Stott Legacy Collection (10 vols.)


5 publishers 1959–2008

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John Roberts Walmsley Stott was a scholar and Anglican minister. His influence spans decades and continents. One of the principal authors of the Laussane covenant in 1974, promoting efforts in world evangelism grounded in Christ's great commission in Matthew 28.

By nature, only a limited number of people over Stott's many years of ministry had the pleasure of hearing his preaching in person. Yet, through his voluminous writings he touched the lives of millions of men and women. With a characteristic thoughtfulness joined with sharp theological insight, John Stott writings on Christian living, biblical exposition, and practical application continue to inspire and encourage believers today from all walks of life. This ten volume collection examines a variety of topics and themes, all of which had a central place in John Stott's life and ministry.

In the Logos edition, these volumes are enhanced by a world-class set of research and study tools. Important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Perform powerful searches to find exactly what you’re looking for. Take the discussion with you using tablet and mobile apps. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place, so you get the most out of your study..

Key Features

  • Presents John Stott's introduction to the New Testament
  • Provides thoughtful insights from a leading evangelical of the 20th century
  • Illustrates the continuing relevance of the Bible for contemporary life
  • Includes a valuable collection of sermons Stott preached throughout his life

Praise for the Print Edition

John Stott was, in my opinion, the greatest Bible expositor of the past few decades because he knew how to let his deep study of the Word highlight relevant points for the daily life and thought of ordinary people.

—Ajith Fernando, teaching director, Youth for Christ, Sri Lanka

In our world of war and terror, there is nothing more important to contemplate than the cross of Christ. May Stott’s reflections give us the courage to fight, with all the love within us, the war of the slaughtered Lamb. The cross teaches us there is something worth dying for but nothing worth killing for, that we can conquer evil without mirroring it.

—Shane Claiborne, author of The Irresistible Revolution: Living as an Ordinary Radical

John Stott is loved and revered in our home.

—Luis Palau, founder, The Next Generation Alliance

Product Details

Individual Titles

Basic Introduction to the New Testament

  • Author: John Stott
  • Publisher: Eerdmans
  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Pages: 230

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This is a New Testament introduction that has stood the test of time. Despite the age of the book, Stott's central focus on the basic message of the New Testament gives a greater resilience to his analysis and exposition, when compared to introductions that focus on other issues. With a simple format and an accessible style, Stott examines the themes and message of each of the authors of the New Testament

This brief introduction will be a terrific help, not just for them, but also for those of us who teach. Confusion in the pew must at least in part be due to a lack of clarity in the pulpit. This book has helped me to understand more about the men God used and the message they proclaimed. And so as an unashamed “fan” of this work, I commend it to you with the prayer that a whole new generation will be helped to understand the message properly, to live it out faithfully, and to proclaim it boldly.

—Alistair Begg, Senior minister, Parkside Church in Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Confess Your Sins: The Way of Reconciliation

  • Author: John Stott
  • Publisher: Eerdmans
  • Publication Date: 1964
  • Pages: 116

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Confession is a powerful part of Christian life. Confession brings forgiveness and forgiveness brings reconciliation. In this brief volume, Stott examines how confession and forgiveness are central to Christianity and how it must be a forgiveness of love and mercy rather than mere sentimentality.

A little book can make a big impact. That is certainly true of Confess Your Sins: The Way of Reconciliation by John Stott. Only a little over one hundred pages, the book’s message has the power to renew the church today.

—Ray C. Ortlund Jr., Pastor of Immanuel Church in Nashville, TN

Favourite Psalms: Growing Closer to God

  • Author: John Stott
  • Publisher: Monarch Books
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 128

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Whatever our spiritual mood may be, there is sure to be a psalm which reflects it—whether triumph or defeat, excitement or depression, joy or sorrow, praise or penitence, wonder or anger. Above all, the psalms declare the greatness of the living God as Creator, Sustainer, King, Lawgiver, Savior, Father, Shepherd, and Judge. As we come to know him better through the Psalter, we fall down and worship him. These Psalms are among John Stott's favorites and he examples with thoughtful exposition why that is so.

Fundamentalism and Evangelism

  • Author: John Stott
  • Publisher: Eerdmans
  • Publication Date: 1959
  • Pages: 80

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Fundamentalism is not a New Testament word, but it does convey New Testament overtones of truth. Indeed, the word means the teaching of that which is foundational and .basic. In that sense, all evangelicals are fundamentalists. But what some evangelicals have objected to is being identified with certain modern brands of “fundamentalism” which are excessively narrow and negative. In these pages, Stott carefully explains what true fundamentalism is, as well as what it is not, illustrating the great truths that led to this word and plants it firmly once more in its correct place in the believing Church

In his definition and explanation of evangelism, Mr. Scott has also done a service. His analysis of the elements of conversion is about the finest I have ever read.

—Billy Graham

John Stott at Keswick: A Lifetime of Preaching

  • Author: John Stott
  • Publisher: Authentic Media
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 516

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Collected in this volume are John Stott's sermons from his time preaching over many years at the annual Convention of Keswick Ministries. Each one brings clarify and insight to the Christian life and the biblical text. Together they represent some of the best preaching and Bible teaching of the 20th century.

John Stott has been a key exponent of expository preaching during the latter half of the last century and Authentic Media have gone back into the archives to bring together his “Keswick” talks in one collection, some of which are no longer in print.

—David Bradley, general director of Keswick Ministries

Our Guilty Silence

  • Author: John Stott
  • Publisher: Eerdmans
  • Publication Date: 1967
  • Pages: 119

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In this book, John Stott expresses the conviction that despite the confusion and weakness of the age, there is nevertheless a chance for recovering the evangelical vision of the Church that was so central to the efforts of the earliest followers of Jesus. Stott calls on his readers to end the guilty silence and to one again proclaim, testify, and preach the good news, the gospel to all who might hear.

One of the values of the book is that it comes from the pen of one who has consistently put evangelism in the forefront of his work throughout his ordained ministry. He has also had an exceptionally wide experience in this field, both in parochial evangelism within the sphere of his own congregation at All Souls, Langham Place, London, and in student evangelism through university missions in various parts of the world. Out of his own ministry and experience he speaks in urgent tones to the Church of today and seeks to recall it to what is at once the most difficult, the most important, and the most glorious of all enterprise.

—Philip E. Hughes & Frank ColQuhoun

People My Teachers: Around the World in Eighty Years

  • Author: John Stott
  • Publisher: Candle Books
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 144

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In this short volume, John Stott examines the lives men whose lives, actions, and writings influenced his own. From the Apostle Paul to Hudson Taylor, each of these sixteen men in some way greatly influenced the world around them. While not all were Christians, all lived a lift worthy of consideration and examination that we can still learn from today

The Authentic Jesus

  • Author: John Stott
  • Publisher: IVP
  • Publication Date: 1985
  • Pages: 96

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Presented as a sort of apologetic for the historicity and authenticity of Jesus, John Stott lays out the central relevance of history for the validity of the Christian faith. Examining difficult questions and the intertwined historical and theological reasons behind them, Stott makes a powerful case for an authentic Jesus in the face of a skeptical modern world.

The Bible; Book for Today

  • Author: John Stott
  • Publisher: IVP
  • Publication Date: 1982
  • Pages: 80

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The substance of this little book was given as a series of five sermons in All Souls Church, Langham Place, London, during February and March 1980. Much of the more sermonic sense of the writing style has been removed with additional explanation and discussion is provided that would have otherwise been inappropriate in the pulpit. Each chapter seeks to expound a biblical text, with the intent to lay out a incisive discussion for thoughtful lay people, who want to think seriously about the authority and relevance of the Bible. This is a basic book about the historic Christian attitude to Scripture, and about the Bible's own understanding of itself, which need "to be re-stated in every generation, and which remain the essential perspective from which to grapple with other pressing problems.

The Last Word

  • Author: John Stott
  • Publisher: Authentic Media
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 107

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This unique book presents honors John Stott's 40 years of ministry. Included is Stott's 2007 address at the annual Keswick Ministries conference, followed by a personal interview with Stott with Brian Draper of the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity, which John Stott was instrumental in creating 25 years previous.

May this small book encourage every reader to devote their lives wholeheartedly to the joyful pursuit of Christ-likeness.

—Jonathan Lamb, board member of the Council of Keswick Ministries

About John Stott

John R.W. Stott (1921–2011) has been known worldwide as a preacher, evangelist, and communicator of Scripture. For many years he served as rector of All Souls Church in London, where he carried out an effective urban pastoral ministry. A leader among evangelicals in Britain and the United States and around the world, Stott was a principal framer of the landmark Lausanne Covenant (1974). His many books have sold millions of copies around the world and in dozens of languages.