[Lloyd-Jones] was not discouraged, why should Christ’s church today be dismayed at the enormity of its problem? The post-war world, the Huxleys, the Keiths [proponents of evolution], the schools and colleges with their often agnostic professors, the cinema, the dance, the football craze, the motor urge, the hypocrites and their doubts—these were the . . . modern problem, but why should we forget the infinite power of God?
Iain Murray, D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones: The First Forty Years, 1899-1939 (Banner of Truth, 1982), 252.