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Basic Christianity

Author John R.W. Stott
Narrator Grover Gardner
Runtime 4.75 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio Hovel
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Release Date January 17, 2006
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This book investigates basic Christianity - who Jesus was, why he was crucified, whether he rose from the dead, and what it really means to be a Christian.

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"John Stott's disarming introduction to personal faith is a modern classic. Long life to it!" - J. I. Packer

In this book, John Stott embarks on a compelling course of study that first defends the fundamental claims of Christianity and then defines the proper outworkings of these basic beliefs in the daily lives of believers. Here is a sound, sensible guide for those who are seeking an intellectually satisfying presentation of the Christian faith.

John Stott is known world-wide as a preacher, evangelist and communicator of Scripture. His books have sold millions of copies around the world and in dozens of languages. He is Rector Emeritus of All Souls' Church, Langham Place, London, and founder of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity. He was named one of The 25 Most Influential Evangelicals in America.

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Start at the jumping off point
In this book Stott walks you through “Basic Christianity” but not on a basic level. This short book is packed full of explanation and examples of how God is reaching out for you. He explains how to come into true relationship with Jesus. I would recommend this book to new believes or long time followers wanting a refresher course.
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It was just okay.
Review by / (Posted on 4/25/2015)
Simple and Clear
One reason I really liked Basic Christianity is that Stott takes the reader on a journey toward answering difficult questions and objections without over-simplifying it, talking down to the reader, or sounding too “preachy.”
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