Logic On Fire: The Life & Legacy of Martyn Lloyd-Jones
When Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones gave a series of lectures on the subject of preaching in 1969, he coined a term that became an emblematic description of his own ministry. “What is preaching?”, he asked. “Logic on fire!” But what does it mean and how does it manifest itself in preaching? Logic on Fire: The Life and Legacy of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones charts the story of this remarkable man, widely considered one of the most influential preachers of the 20th century.
More than simply a recounting of his life
Medically trained at St. Bartholomew’s hospital in 1920’s London, Lloyd-Jones shocked many when he announced he would leave medicine to become the pastor of a small church in Aberavon, Wales. Years later he was called to central London to Westminster Chapel, where he gained considerable national influence and international notoriety for his dynamic expositional preaching. More than simply a recounting of the man’s life, Logic on Fire examines Lloyd-Jones’s home life, his spiritual influences, the emphasis he brought to his two pastorates, the way he sought a union of “logic” and “fire” in preaching, as well as his continued relevance and influence in evangelicalism today. Logic on Fire emphasizes not only the need for clarity in preaching, tenderness in pastoring, and carefulness in worship, but also a humble dependence upon God to make the work of the ministry effective.
Contributors to the film
Shot in historic locations across Wales, England, Scotland, and the United States, Logic On Fire features interviews with Jeremy Bailey, Ben Bailie, Keith Batstone, Ann Beatt, Christopher Catherwood, Elizabeth Catherwood, Jonathan Catherwood, Andrew Christofides, John Cheeseman, George Curry, Andrew Davies, D. Eryl Davies, Ian M. Densham, Adam Desmond, Liz Desmond, Kevin DeYoung, Ligon Duncan, Eifion Evans, Philip H. Eveson, Sinclair B. Ferguson, Ian Hamilton, W. Vernon Higham, Basil Howlett, John MacArthur, Bethan Marshall, Anthony Mathenia, Conrad Mbewe, Jason Meyer, Iain H. Murray, Robert Oliver, Bruce Powell, Richard Owen Roberts, John Snyder, R.C. Sproul, Ceinwen Swann, Justin Taylor, Geoff Thomas, David A. Tucker, Rhiannon Tunnicliffe, Jeremy Walker, Paul David Washer, and Donald S. Whitney.
Special Features – Special Edition
This premium packaging contains the 104 minute feature film “Logic On Fire: The life and legacy of Dr. Martyn lloyd-Jones” as well as over 4.5 hours of special features, including:
- Iain H. Murray on writing MLJ’s authorized biography
- Eifion Evans on revival in Wales, Daniel Rowland & Welsh Methodism
- MLJ’s daughters, Ann Beatt & Elizabeth Catherwood, remembering life at Westminster Chapel during World War II
- Sinclair B. Ferguson on MLJ’s diagnostic prowess in identifying sin
- D. Eryl Davies discussing the power in MLJ’s preaching
- John MacArthur explaining the influence of MLJ upon his ministry
- Geoff Thomas methodically examining the logic of a MLJ sermon
- Richard Owen Roberts relaying his experiences at WC in 1961
- Extended featurettes on the 1966 Evangelical Controversy, influence of the Westminster Fellowship, and much, much more…
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