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Charles Spurgeon, the great Baptist preacher of 19th-century London, is remembered today as the prince of preachers. However, the strength of Spurgeon's ministry went far beyond simple rhetorical skill. With a foundational commitment to the Bible, Spurgeon fearlessly taught the doctrines of grace and tirelessly held forth the free offer of salvation in Jesus Christ. In short he was a firm believer in the truth of the gospel and the power of the gospel to save.

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SPURGEON....an exquisite summary!<br />

This fine work by the mighty author Steven Lawson takes you on a whirlwind bullet point overview of The greatest preacher ever, Charles H. Spurgeon who, in my view was equal to or nearly equal to Paul The Apostle.
Absolutely loved this short concise look at The Prince of Preachers.

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As Always, Steven J Lawson delivers

Lawson's series "A Long Line of Godly Men" is another excellent book. His research and insight into bringing alive the personalities of past, key figures of the Christian faith and inspiring believers is a wonderful blessing. I also think the narrator, Simon Vance has the perfect voice for giving a liveliness without overshadowing the info being presented.