Stott, John ‘Already…not yet’ “Wives, submit to your husbands” A missionary religion Adiaphora: agreeing to disagree Authentic freedom Celebrating the Cross Does the end of slavery spell the end of patriarchy? Evangelical social concern Fundamentalism and evangelicalism God’s sovereign, ceaseless, purposeful activity Homosexual relations: the argument about justice and rights Homosexual relationships How can God forgive us? How does Christ rule his church? Humour: no laughing matter? Images of salvation Is the self to be affirmed, or repudiated? John Stott and Charles Simeon John Stott on 1 Corinthians 1:1-9 John Stott on sermon preparation Justification Love – the greatest thing Love needs law Matthew 27:46/Mark 15:34 – Jesus’ cry of dereliction My Favourite Christian Writers Nietzsche on the Cross On textual fidelity in preaching Options for rich Christians Pastors, not priests Preachers and their preaching – John Stott Proclaiming the gospel Propitiation Protecting the unborn child Reconciliation Redemption Responsibility: withdrawal or involvement? Romans and the New Perspective Satisfaction for sin Scripture and tradition Six aspects of the gospel The call to Christlikeness The Christian mind The Cross in the Book of Acts The Cross inspires justice, as well as love The Day of Pentecost The good shepherd The Great Commandment and the Great Commission The sanctifying work of the Spirit The self-substitution of God The triumph of the Cross The unborn baby is a person The world of work Theology: a multidimensional discipline Thinking biblically about racial diversity Three approaches to poverty To what are we called? Unhappy birthday What should we do with heretics? Why did Christ die? Why pluralism?