Men of Whom the World Is Not Worthy is a collection of reflections on the lives and ministries of significant men of church history. In these lectures, John Piper explores the glories and truths of God that captivated and motivated these men, their strengths and weaknesses, and the suffering they endured. He also suggests what we can learn from them as we "run with endurance the race that is set before us" (Heb 2:12). The lectures were originally delivered during various years at the annual Bethlehem Conference for Pastors.
- Deep and Asks hard questions
A+.Brings out the Martyn Lloyd-Jones that other biographers have hidden because it disagreed with their doctrines. Piper is a great speaker. I think his criticism of Lloyd-Jones at the end is a little unfair. Very thought and prayer provoking. It would be good to have read Lawson's short bio of Lloyd-Jones first. Then read any of RT Kendall's outstanding books. Kendall succeeded Lloyd-Jones at Westminster, and was Lloyd-Jones' mentee.