Spurgeon: Heir of the Puritans

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Christian Liberty Press, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 184 pages
This 184-page book by Ernest W. Bacon delivers an excellent overview of the life of the great nineteenth century English preacher and author Charles Haddon Spurgeon. Book, 184 pages Grade: 9th and above

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Charles Haddon Spurgeon is one of those men whom I look forward to meeting when I pass on. If the great teachers of the faith will still be permitted to teach (and why would they not?) in heaven, then ... Read full review

Contents

Early Years
1
Into the Light
9
The Student Pastor
19
London Calls
29
J UL 1 CranWeoxe
38
Over the Water to Charlie
41
The Metropolitan Tabernacle
59
ATLANTIC
68
His Orphanage
95
Heir of the Puritans
101
Mr ValiantforTruth
123
Servant of the Lord
145
To Immanuels Land
165
He Being Dead Yet Speaketh
173
Books For Further Reading
178
Index
181

The Sermons
71
His College
87

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