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Dr Alister Chapman teaches history at Westmont College in California. Alister has spent the past 10 years studying the teaching and life of John Stott. He recently came to Oak Hill to talk about John Stott's role as a leader in evangelical Christianity and was interviewed by Peter Sanlon. Alister says...

One of the things I really admire about Stott is that he had a vision when he went to All Souls in 1950 to reach the entire parish. By the end of the 50s, he realised they were having a very negligible impact on the working classes of the parish. What I find so impressive is the way that Stott at that point didn't just shrug his shoulders and say, 'Oh well, it doesn't really matter, the church is packed on a Sunday morning and we've got hundreds of highly educated people coming.' He saw this as a big problem, and he worked hard to try to find ways to reach out to these people who hadn't been to university, who were in his parish, who he wanted to see converted.
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