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Great Doctrines of the Bible (Three Volumes in One): God the Father, God the Son; God the Holy Spirit; The Church and the Last Things Paperback – October 31, 2012
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Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981), minister of Westminster Chapel in London for 30 years, was one of the foremost preachers of his day. His many books have brought profound spiritual encouragement to millions around the world.
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The first volume of this collection is God the Father, God the Son. This Volume discusses areas such as: the authority of Scripture, the existence and attributes of God, creation, the fall, sin, the covenant of Grace and Christ's work on the cross and His place as Prophet, Priest and King. Lloyd-Jones treatment of these topics is such a blessing to the church. Christians would do well to read and study behing the Doctor and soak up the wisdom that these pages hold.
The second volume is God the Holy Spirit. This volume covers the person and work of the Holy Spirit and the Order of Salvation. He has a Reformed teaching and view of the order of salvation and he clearly explains this in this volume. It is refreshing how Lloyd-Jones is able to address other views and test them in light of Scripture. When examining an Armenian view he does not simply "bash them" and move on, but rather he reasons with Scripture to prove the Reformed view is most Scriptural.
The last volume is The Church and the Last Things. This volume covers Ecclesiology and Eschatology. This is my favorite section of this book. In America where Dispensational Pre-Millennialism reigns supreme and all other views are looked at as fringe it is nice to have this classical work that presents other views. Lloyd-Jones presents the pre and post millennial views and offers a biblical critique of each one. he then presents what he calls the Spiritual View which would be what is referred to as Amillennialism today. In just over 20 pages he lays out so clearly, in my opinion, why if we examine Scripture and our presuppositions that the Spiritual View, as he calls it, seems to fit best. His treatment of Daniel 9 and the Secret Rapture are equally convincing. While dispensationalist may not agree with his views I feel it would do them well to study them and learn them. Most of all his use of Scripture in context throughout this section really helps his case.
I am indebted to Lloyd-Jones for the clarity that he brings throughout this entire book. This collection is one that should be treasured and studied by all Christians. Lloyd-Jones has a unique ability to soundly teach biblical doctrines in a clear and understandable way. He never waters down truth but instead brings his reader up to the truth. Lloyd-Jones is possibly my favorite person to read behind and his Great Doctrines of the Bible could very well be my favorite book of his.
Buy this book and do yourself some spiritual good!
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I am absolutely positive volume three is every bit as good as the first two, unless you are a dispensationalist. Not that he doesn't make some telling points. I was struck hard by the fact that the doctrine of the rapture of the church had not existed before 1830 and came into being not as the result of careful Bible study and exegesis but as the result of a 'revelation' at a prophecy conference. I was thinking there really might be something to his school of eschatology until he began a presentation of the book of Revelation. It's not that I think Dr. Lloyd-Jones is dead wrong; I was so confused by the spiritualizing of absolutely everything that I just gave up all hope of understanding any prophecy under his system.
Having said that, I am glad I bought the books; I will keep them and refer to them often and recommend them to others every chance I get.