Unique collection of perspectives on John Stott's life and ministry, largely by people who knew him well.
- Author NAZIR-ALI, MICHAEL
- Pub Date 10/11/2020
- Binding Paperback
John Stott was a colossus, and named in TIME magazine (April 2005) as one of the hundred most influential people in the world. He commanded more column inches in obituary pages than a serving cabinet minister, and he has a substantial entry in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Eighteen contributors, chosen from around the world, write on aspects of his life and ministry. Unique and pithy collection. 27,000 words.
The book opens with an overview and a Timeline for quick reference. See Contents page.
He was a leading amateur ornithologist, photographing some 2,500 bird species. The book includes his prize photograph - a snowy owl, which is took him 25 years to track down.