David Martyn Lloyd-Jones was one of the greatest English preachers of the twentieth century, and I esteem him highly.
But when he was 24 years old, he shared some convictions (i.e., firmly held opinions) in March 1924 in a way that I suspect he later regretted. This is instructive for the rest of us.
- I cannot possibly understand a man who wears silk stockings or even gaudily coloured socks; rings, wrist-watches, spats, shoes instead of boots, or who carries a cane in his hand.
- The modern method of installing a bath in each house is not only a tragedy but it has been a real curse to humanity. . . . Continue Reading…