Logic On Fire is the official documentary film presenting the life and legacy of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. The influence and impact of the Doctor's ministry is still growing on an international scale. There are literally millions who are conversant with the Doctor's name, but are not so familiar with the man himself. Media Gratiae intends to make Logic On Fire as an access point for a very broad international audience to be introduced to the Doctor; and we want that introduction to come from the ones who knew and loved him best. We will be traveling through the United States, England and Wales in 2014, interviewing the Doctor's family, (including Lady Elizabeth Catherwood, Mrs. Ann Beatt, and Dr. Lloyd-Jones’s six grandchildren), as well as his closest living friends and associates. Among the most careful of international contemporary evangelical preachers, one would be hard pressed to find a man who doesn’t list the Doctor near the top of his influences. We intend to show something of the Doctor’s legacy by adding brief comments from an array of these men on the impact that the Doctor has had on their own lives and ministries. In doing so, it is my prayer that the Lord would be pleased to continue to use his faithful servant, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, as the means of bringing many more of His people to a saving knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.
(Taken from LogicOnFire.org)
There appears to be no end to America's present-day fascination with Appalachia. The contemporary intrigue with the region can be identified by a quick browse through the television shows that are currently airing or have been aired within the past few years. If you live in or are from the mountains, perhaps a sense of satisfaction and regional pride develops upon contemplation of this present-day “discovery.” “Finally,” you say, “we are being recognized by mainstream America. It’s about time.” But the contemporary fascination with Appalachia is not a new phenomenon and neither is it all beneficial. From the earliest explorers of the region onward to movies such as Deliverance, Appalachia has regularly been portrayed in American print and media as “a strange land” filled with “peculiar people.”