I acquired John Peter’s excellent book on Martyn Lloyd-Jones – Preacher when it was first published in 1986.
Peters gives a succinct account of Lloyd-Jones’ life. But the emphasis is, of course, on the preaching ministry. This is characterised as:-
Other aspects discussed are MLJ’s pastoral ministry, and his ministry to students.
In discussing areas of controversy, reference is made to MLJ’s view of large-scale evangelistic crusades, the work of the Holy Spirit, the basis of Christian unity, and relations within evangelicalism.
Various viewpoints on Lloyd-Jones ministry are given from the personal perspectives of a number of individuals, including fellow-ministers. These are interesting, not least because the comments are not entirely uncritical.
The book concludes with some thoughtful reflections from the author himself.No tags for this post.