But I Say to You

But I Say to You

Christ The Controversialist

John Stott


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Jesus, meek and mild? Think again: Jesus was a controversialist. And he still is today. Are you prepared to be challenged?

Jesus has a way of cutting right across our logic and opinions, just as he did while on earth. He took issue with his contemporaries on basic questions like:

- Who is God?
- How do we obey Scripture?
- How are we saved?
- How should we live morally?
- How should we worship authentically?

In exploring these questions, John Stott shows that evangelical Christianity is authentic Christianity, as Jesus taught, and has the power to utterly transform us.


John Stott:
The Revd Dr John Stott, CBE, was for many years Rector of All Souls Church, Langham Place, London, and chaplain to the Queen. Stott's global influence is well established, mainly through his work with Billy Graham and the Lausanne conferences - he was one of the principal authors of theLausanne Covenant in 1974. In 2005, Time magazine ranked Stott among the100 most influential people in the world. He passed away on July 27, 2011.