John R. W. Stott, DD (1921-2011)


  • Multiple honorary doctorates from British, Canadian, and American universities
  • Lambeth, DD
  • Ridley Hall Theological College at Cambridge, MA equivalent
  • Rugby School and Trinity College Cambridge, double first (BA equivalent) in French and Theology

Otros aspectos destacados de la carrera

  • Rector Emeritus of All Souls Church in London—served there for more than 60 years
  • Chaplain to Queen Elizabeth II
  • Knighted as a Commander of the Order of the British Empire
  • President, Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion
  • Chairman, English Evangelical Council
  • President, British Scripture Union
  • Founder, Langham Partnership International
  • Chairman, International Council of World Evangelization where the famous Lausanne Covenant was penned and ratified
  • Lecturer at various colleges and universities, including Trinity Evangelical Divinity school
  • Led more than 50 university mission trips and trained thousands of leaders in Africa, Asia, and South America
  • Billy Graham noted about Dr. Stott, “I can’t think of anyone who has been more effective in introducing so many people to a biblical worldview.”
  • Named by Time Magazine in 2005 as one of the most influential people in the world


  • More than 40 books, including The Cross of ChristBetween Two WorldsThe Contemporary Christian, and his best-known work, Basic Christianity, which has been translated into more than 50 languages