No one in his generation did more to help people, and especially students, to understand the Bible, to love the Bible and to obey it. His memorial is in many lives and in many pulpits throughout the world. So declared the InterVarsity Fellowship annual report on the death in July 1971 of Alan Stibbs who, for more than thirty years, exercised an influential ministry as a Bible expositor and cogent teacher of Christian doctrine. After returning from the mission field in China in the mid1930s, he played a significant part in the resurgence of conservative evangelicalism in Britain after World War Two alongside other leaders like Martyn LloydJones and John Stott. From Oak Hill College in north London, Stibbs aimed to revive biblical preaching and biblical thinking across the country. His powerful sermons made a profound impact upon countless congregations and his pithy writings helped to stimulate the rebirth of a robust evangelical theology.
- Type: Paperback ()
- Category: Books > Essays
- ISBN / UPC: 9781845504236/1845504232
- Publish Date: 1/1/2009
- Item No: 137709
- Vendor: Christian Focus Publications