Christian in an Age of Terror, The: Sermons for a Time of War
< p>At a time when the nations of Europe were engaged in fierce conflict, one of the twentieth century's most influential pastors taught his congregation about the threat of persecution and suffering and how it should be viewed. When the war ended in 1947, D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones sought to refocus the people on the basics of the faith with a series of messages entitled, "What is a Christian?" based on Romans 8. Since the rise of terrorism in the twenty-first century, these previously unpublished sermons have become startlingly relevant to what is happening in our own times. Readers will find hope, encouragement, and a balanced view of how Christians should live during an "age of terror."
About the Author
D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones has been described by theologian J. I. Packer as "the greatest man I ever knew - not just brilliant, but wise." His spiritual leadership and reputation for "full-blooded gospel preaching" has left a legacy around the world that continues to this day. A regular inclusion on lists of influential Christians of the twentieth century, he preached to reveal the mind and Word of God to his congregation, letting the message of the Bible speak for itself.
About the Editor: Michael Eaton is a respected British theologian based in Nairobi, Kenya. Dr. Eaton has degrees from the universities of London, Zambia, and South Africa. He has written many scholarly works on the theology of Martyn Lloyd-Jones and sat under the teaching of Lloyd-Jones as a teenager.