Dr. E.S. Williams is a physician from England who also specializes in discernment ministry and has written extensively on problems within evangelicalism. JD very much appreciates Williams and his excellent ministry and sound presence for evangelicalism in the United Kingdom.
Williams attends and serves the London Metropolitan Tabernacle, and you can find his books on the “MetTab” website here.
JD and Dr. Williams took time to discuss the work of polemics ministry, and why both Britons and Americans should pay attention to what’s happening in evangelicalism on both sides of the Atlantic.
The two discussed John Stott and Billy Graham, and how their ecumenical partnership has been picked up and carried by Tim Keller from the United States.
JD asked questions regarding what things Dr. Williams believes that discerning Christians in America need to know.
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