John Stott began his global ministry as a university evangelist. For over fifty years he spoke regularly at university missions and at conferences arranged by the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES), or its national movements.
This book contains four addresses, his last to an IFES gathering, on what proved to be his final trip outside the UK. John Stott, then aged 85, was addressing a group of 90 young professionals, gathered from Ireland to Albania, and now embarking on a range of careers. He wanted to invest in these recent graduates for their years ahead. His desire was to give them a framework for handling Scripture, and for observing its authority; a means of using Scripture to shape their lives; and a model which they could use themselves to teach and to inspire others.
‘God truly inspired his servant Uncle John – pastor, visionary and prophet – to draw our attention to these matters. In these talks, he invites us to take responsibility in continuing this vital teaching. He encourages us always to give pride of place to the Word of God, defending its authority and interpreting it faithfully. For this will lead to greater maturity, and wellâ€‘grounded Christian thinking. Thus I see this book as a legacy both for its content, and its symbolic value.’ – Daniel Bourdanné
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