'But I Say to You' Paperback
Christ the Controversialist
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'But I Say to You'
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In this timely reissueof Joh Stott's classic title, 'Christ The Controversialist', the respected and well loved gospel communicator shows you how Jesus was unafraid to live a stormy life; his teachings angering the religious and political establishment.
Jesus’ words brought him face to face with leaders and authorities who were shocked at his lack of respect for their traditions. Many could not accept Jesus' view of the kingdom of heaven, of prostitutes and other social outcasts. The respectable and powerful could hardly imagine how any ‘good man’ would even talk to such people.
Jesus face to face conversations with the Pharisees and Sadducees of his day challenged their morality, worship, authority and social responsibility. John Stott, bases his comments on these dialogues in order to discuss nearly all of the major Christian doctrines showing how these ancient controversies have direct relevance in our own 21st century.
'But I Say to You' by John Stott was published by IVP in July 2013 and is our 24603rd best seller. The ISBN for 'But I Say to You' is 9781844749027.
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'Every thoughtful Christian ought to read this classic exposition of evangelical essentials. Though written more than forty years ago, its central message stands and is needed today more than ever. John Stott expounds persuasively, generously, lucidly, and with penetrating insight, what it means to be faithful to Jesus Christ. This is a brilliant book.' - Christopher Ash, Director of the Proclamation Trust's Cornhill.Training Course
Details for 'But I Say to You'
|Page last updated||20th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||John Stott|
|Publisher||IVP (July 2013)|
|Number of Pages||224|