Martyn Lloyd-Jones uses Stephen's sermon in Acts 7 to diagnose the objections that an unbelieving world has to Christianity. Readers will see that nonbelievers today are no different from the religious leaders of Stephen's day—and we must break through the barrier of sin to reach people with the Kingdom of God.
In the fourth volume of Studies in the Book of Acts, Martyn Lloyd-Jones diagnoses the objections that an unbelieving world has to Christianity. He examines Stephen’s speech to the Sanhedrin in Acts 7 to uncover the reason why the Jewish leaders during the early days of the church were so outraged by what the apostles said and were so quick to persecute and silence them. It is the same reason why nonbelievers today reject the truth: sin. Sin infects people’s minds, hearts, and spirits, blinding them to the truth of Christianity.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981) is recognized as one of the last century's most gifted preachers and writers. He served as minister of Westminster Chapel in London for 25 years and preached extensively throughout the United States and Europe. Through his devotional writings, commentaries and other books, Lloyd-Jones has had a profound influence upon the Christian church and the lives of many thousands worldwide.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899–1981), minister of Westminster Chapel in London for 30 years, was one of the foremost preachers of his day. His many books have brought profound spiritual encouragement to millions around the world.