• ‘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
  • Homosexual relationships
  • How can God forgive us?
  • How does Christ rule his church?
  • Humour: no laughing matter?
  • 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
  • Three approaches to poverty
  • To what are we called?
  • Unhappy birthday
  • What should we do with heretics?
  • Why did Christ die?
  • Why pluralism?