What truth do we hold in common?
Evangelicalism in the twentieth century has divided into many different branchesconserative, progressive, Reformed, charismatic and more. Does any common ground remain that all can glady affirm?
From John Stott, one of evangelicalism's leading statesmen for more than fifty years, comes this statement that boldly places the trinitarian gospel at the center of faith. Evangelical Truth is an exquisite crystallization of essential beliefs about revelation, the cross and the work of the Spirit. Recognizing that how this truth is lived is just as important as how it is believed, Stott calls on all evangelicals to integrity, perseverance and humility.
Always lucid, always engaging, John Stott directs readers of many persuasions away from their differences and toward glorious celebration and partnership in the work of the Father, Son and Spirit.
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