The Author

Christopher Catherwood is a fellow at the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust. After a quarter-century in leadership at William Perkins’s old church in Cambridge, Christopher and his late wife, Paulette, moved to an evangelical church plant in a nearby village. Christopher is the author of Martyn Lloyd-Jones: His Life and Relevance for the 21st Century and of history books such as Churchill: The Greatest Briton.

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