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Ted Hans | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, May 18 2020 8:58 AM

Paul Caneparo:

Just edited my previous post. You can listen to the talks on which the book was based here:

https://www.michaeleaton.org/whole-counsel-of-god

I'm assuming from your profile picture an interest in Martyn Lloyd Jones and maybe Westminster Chapel. Did you used to hear Michael there?

Yes I head him in the school of theology when RT was the pastor. He was very encyclopedic in a good sense and a man on fire for God was my Impression of him.

Martyn Lloyd Jones is my favourite Preacher. 

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Paul Caneparo | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, May 18 2020 9:07 AM

Ted Hans:

Paul Caneparo:

Just edited my previous post. You can listen to the talks on which the book was based here:

https://www.michaeleaton.org/whole-counsel-of-god

I'm assuming from your profile picture an interest in Martyn Lloyd Jones and maybe Westminster Chapel. Did you used to hear Michael there?

Yes I head him in the school of theology when RT was the pastor. He was very encyclopedic in a good sense and a man on fire for God was my Impression of him.

Martyn Lloyd Jones is my favourite Preacher. 

Great. I used to go to the Chapel for the School of Theology too, plus the midweek lunchtime service. When possible I used to go to the Sunday evening service too. MLJ, RT and Michael Eaton are my favourite preachers. I have every RT and Michael book - except one published in India, although I nearly managed to get that one. Michael's last sermon was amazing. He almost literally died preaching. 

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