There are very few people that fell under the preaching of Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones who will forget the experience, not because of anything he did to impress those who heard him, but rather, it was the sense of awe and wonder at the Gospel message that he preached, and that reached into the hearts of so many.
Many of those people (the author included) had the immense privilege of knowing him and are uniquely placed to comment on his life and in particular, his love for the Lord Jesus Christ. Christopher Catherwood examines the remarkable legacy of his grandfather, charting the relevance of this well known Welsh preacher to the modern-era.
Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones was adamant that all doctrine and practice should originate in Scripture. This book looks at these key principles and shows how they were arrived at using a biblical framework. The author looks at the controversies, but sets them in context. This is not a conventional biography, but one that shines light on an interesting part of the history of evangelicalism in the UK, a history that can still impact us today and one that we would do well to remember.