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Title The Doctor of Ministry: The Impact of Martyn Lloyd-Jones' Medical Training on His Homiletical Methodology
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Abstract This dissertation examines the impact of Martyn Lloyd-Jones' medical training upon his homiletical methodology. Chapter 1 sets forth the thesis and charts the course forward. Chapter 2 reconstructs the intellectual culture of Lloyd-Jones' youth, both at home and at school. It also introduces the most significant intellectual influence in Lloyd-Jones' early life, his medical chief Thomas Horder. Chapter 3 reconstructs the decade that Lloyd-Jones spent at Saint Bartholomew's Hospital with an emphasis on both the institutional context and the educational content of his medical training. Chapter 4 moves into the central focus of the dissertation, demonstrating how his medical training shaped his homiletical practice. In this chapter Lloyd-Jones' definition of preaching is expounded. After clearly defining what preaching is, Chapter 5 demonstrates how Lloyd-Jones went about doing it. It focuses on his sermons in general, while Chapter 6 focuses on his actual preparation and delivery of sermons. Chapter 7 investigates how Lloyd-Jones' medical training shaped his pastoral ministry in a more general fashion by demonstrating that in all of his ministerial activities he was always `The Doctor.' And Chapter 8 offers some concluding reflections.
Subjects/Keywords Lloyd-Jones, David Martyn.; Preaching.
Contributors Vogel, Robert A (advisor)
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Record ID handle:10392/4858
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Issued Date 2015-03-31 00:00:00

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…of his homiletical methodology. The fundamental research question this dissertation answers is, how did 6 From J. I. Packer’s preface to Andrew Atherstone and David Ceri Jones, Engaging with Martyn Lloyd-Jones: The Life and Legacy of ‘the Doctor…

Jones: A Kind of Puritan,” in Chosen by God, 33-58. And “David Martyn Lloyd-Jones,” in Heroes, ed. Ann Spangler and Charles Turner (Ann Arbor, MI: Servant Books, 1985), 285-99. Both essays were reprinted in Honouring the People of God…

…neither as icon nor object 15 Other examples include Mark D. Becton, “An Analysis of John’s Stott’s Preaching as ‘Bridge-Building’ as compared to the Preaching of David Martyn Lloyd-Jones” (Ph.D. diss., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary…

…1995); Argile A. Smith Jr., “David Martyn Lloyd-Jones: A Critical Examination of His Preaching” (Ph.D. diss., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1984); Robert L. Penny, “An Examination of the Principles of Expository Preaching of…

David Martyn Lloyd-Jones” (D.Min. diss., Harding University Graduate School of Religion, 1980); James Melvin Keith, “The Concept of Expository Preaching as Represented by Alexander Maclaren, George Campbell Morgan, and David Martyn Lloyd-Jones

…this was not unique to the Lloyd-Jones’ home. It was a ubiquitous part of the social fabric of Wales at the time and was the common educational experience of many. For example, when Lloyd-Jones’ boyhood hero, David Lloyd George, returned to his…

…Appendix Page 3. LLOYD-JONES' SERMONS: 1932 ...................................................................189 4. LLOYD-JONES' SERMONS: 1934 ...................................................................191 5. LLOYD-JONES'…

…made to the church was because he was trained as a medical man, and because he remained to the end of his long life passionately interested in every aspect of medicine.”2 Jenkins responded, “Dr. Lloyd-Jones was pre-eminently a preacher. It was his…

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