Iain Murray is not here repeating biography but concentrating on three themes he regards of major significance. On the first of these the nature of true preaching there is fresh insight on what Lloyd-Jones regarded as of paramount importance. The analysis distinguishes between what was true of Lloyd-Jones as an individual and what is the permanent essence of powerful preaching. The second theme concerns the place that full assurance of salvation must have if Christianity is to be vibrant and persuasive; and the third addresses the claim that Lloyd-Jones's understanding of the New Testament church was needlessly divisive. Contains previously unpublished material and a CD of Lloyd-Jones preaching from the Gospel of John.