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The John Stott London Lecture

The London Lectures in Contemporary Christianity, inaugurated in 1974 at the initiative of John Stott, were ‘designed to stimulate Christian thinking on some of the burning issues of the day’. The lectures sought to reflect and exemplify the ‘double listening’ – to the word and to the world – for which John became known. Following John’s death in 2011, several bodies close to John’s heart, some founded by him, agreed to seek to honour that legacy of double listening through an annual lecture – The John Stott London Lecture – organised by representatives of All Souls Langham Place, A Rocha, Langham Partnership, and the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity.

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