The Challenge of Preaching Today

Speaker(s): John Stott
Date: 1979
Length: 54min
Product ID: RGDL0911

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Responding to critics who believe that preaching is an outdated form of communication in a culture which loves to defy authority, embrace the latest communication devices, and view the Gospel as irrelevant, John Stott offers an image of the preacher as a thoughtful, courageous, sincere, humble, and relevant cultural bridge builder. Following Stott's lecture Bruce Walkte offers a brief word of thanks and Stott responds to listeners' questions.

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John R. W. Stott was Rector at All Souls Anglican Church in London. He was known worldwide as a gifted evangelist, preacher, scholar, and Christian statesman. He was also the author of many books and commentaries including Basic Christianity, Decisive Issues Facing Christians Today and Acts (Bible Speaks Today series).

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