Martyn Lloyd Jones and Twentieth-Century Evangelism, 1899-1981
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Publisher: Send The Light
John Brencher's thematic study of Martyn Lloyd-Jones critically examines the many events, persons and issues surrounding one of the leading and most controversial preachers in modern Protestantism who is also one of the most influential evangelicals in the twentieth century. He studies Lloyd-Jones's background and up-bringing, his love of his Welsh heritage and explores how these influenced his ministry. His preaching at Westminster Chapel figures prominently, as does Lloyd-Jones's understanding of the nature of the church and how his Reformed evangelicalism led him in a separatist and anti-ecumenical direction. The book closes with an evaluation of Lloyd-Jones's leadership and the extent of his influence. -- Sheds fresh light on Lloyd-Jones's life and influence-- Appendices on the Lloyd-Jones family, the Philips family and comparative membership figures for the London area from 1939 to 1967-- Extensive bibliography listing primary and secondary sources-- Ideal for Evangelical ministers / Academics