here. I particularly agree with what Jeremy has to say about the comments on Lloyd-Jones' treatment of history - comments that at the conference were made, I think, by David Ceri Jones but taken up and developed here by John Coffey.
I'm a big fan of Lloyd-Jones. I'm doing my doctorate on his evangelistic preaching. I don't think he was infallible, and am quite willing to say precisely where I thought he was wrong. I welcomed the conference, the critical analysis and some - emphasise some - of the papers. One or two of the papers - which haven't found their way into the book - were delivered, to all appearances, by men who'd once met someone who'd heard of Lloyd-Jones vaguely, so shallow were their comments. Others of the papers were somewhat thin. Perhaps I'll be back to this when time permits; meanwhile, read Jeremy.