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The Radical Disciple by John R.W. Stott
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it was amazing

Stott is magnificent, even at the end of his life.

His mental acuity and ability to both effectively turn phrases as well as surgically get to the root of his idea is remarkable for a man nearly 90.

It is also amazing that a man who is considered by so many to be a bedrock of theological conservatism would include extended chapters on conservation of the environment and simplicity. It is difficult for anyone to call John Stott a liberal, which makes his challenge to include these in a discussion on discipleship even more potent.

The chapters on balance and death are on their own worth the time it takes to engage this slim volume.

Highly recommend.
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September 29, 2020 – Started Reading
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