Logic on Fire: The Life of Lloyd-Jones Comes to the Screen

| March 13, 2015

R. C. Sproul says Martyn Lloyd-Jones was to 20th century England what Charles Spurgeon was to 19th century England. The very mention of Lloyd-Jones name among evangelicals brings to mind a man deeply committed to verse-by-verse preaching of the Word of God with a pathos that is rare in the history of the church. 

Media Gratiae, a Mississippi-based ministry that creates film, print, and electronic media, has produced a brand-new film, Logic on Fire: The Life and Legacy of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, chronicling the ministry of the great British preacher. The film will debut at 9:15 p.m. on Monday, April 13, at The Gospel Coalition’s 2015 National Conference

I corresponded with the film’s director, Matthew Robinson, to discuss the movie and his company’s motivation for bringing to video a man so dear to many Reformed evangelicals.

What prompted you to do this film? Why Lloyd-Jones and not another figure? 

I’ve written more fully about the personal impetus behind making the film in my director’s statement (printed in the book that accompanies the Logic on Fire film package), but I would like to mention two things for TGC readers.

We see people from all over the spectrum of conservative evangelicalism becoming more and more conversant with Lloyd-Jones…

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