Item description for Travel with Martyn Lloyd-Jones: In the footsteps of the distinguished evangelist, pastor and theologian (Day One Travel Guides) by Philip H. Eveson...
Overview Overview Like each of the books in this unique series, Travel with Martyn Lloyd-Jones is both a carefully researched biography and a valuable travel guide. With over 150 colour photographs, drawings and maps, it will guide the traveller to many of the key locations associated with the life and ministry of Martyn Lloyd-Jones. A detailed time line and recommended further reading adds to the value of the book.
Publishers Description By the time of his death in 1981, Martyn Lloyd-Jones had occupied one of the most influential pulpits in London for thirty years, and his ministry had changed the spiritual direction of thousands across the world. Those who heard and respected him included C S Lewis and the eminent Cambridge historian, G M Trevelyan. Hundreds of students and young pastors found their minds and ministries moulded by his powerful preaching and persuasive wisdom. The largest halls in the land could not hold the people who gathered to hear him.
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Studio: Day One Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.38" Width: 5.19" Height: 0.33" Weight: 0.42 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2004
Publisher DAY ONE PUBLICATIONS #1219
Series Travel With
ISBN 1903087589 ISBN13 9781903087589
Reviews - What do customers think about Travel with Martyn Lloyd-Jones: In the footsteps of the distinguished evangelist, pastor and theologian (Day One Travel Guides)?
Physician of souls Oct 20, 2007
Listening to The Doctor, as he was known by all, was an essential part of my theological education and establishment in the Christian life when I was a student in sixties London. This book brings it all back together with much I had either forgotten or not read in Iain Murray's two volume biography. I had forgotten what a sensation his leaving medicine caused and never read before of the declined C.B.E...This is a good small biography of the man as well as a guide to sites associated with his life. However I think the maps are more diagrammatic than clear guides, and contra to the text, Ealing is in west not north London. As with other books in the series, the lack of an index is a drawback, so I cannot find easily the other mistake I spotted, on mass for en mass. This is not the kind of book to be critical of it's subject but I would from personal experience dissent from the expressed opinion that members of the congregation were encouraged to spend all of Sunday at Westminster Chapel. Church members may have been but as a student, no-one ever invited me to take part in any aspect of church life though I attended the best part of three years. For me the Doctor got top marks for preaching but his chapel none out of ten for welcoming this student.