With the passing of John Stott, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary has made available some lectures he delivered at their campus in 1972. Stott is worth hearing, as Kenneth Kantzer once wrote, “When I hear him expound a text, invariably I exclaim to myself, ‘That’s exactly what it means! Why didn’t I see it before?'”.
Here’s a sample (from Stott’s series on the Sermon on the Mount):
- The Christian’s Character – Part 1
- The Christian’s Character – Part 2
- The Christian’s Righteousness
- The Christian’s Ambition
- The Christian’s Relationships
You can find all of the lectures on Gordon-Conwell’s iTunes page.