Issue 29: Charles Spurgeon: England's “Prince of Preachers” (Full-Color Reprint)

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“I take my text and make a bee-line to the cross,” said Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the Victorian Englishman who reached over 10 million people with his sermons. He was not an original thinker, nor did he claim to be a theologian. Spurgeon preached. He spoke to ordinary men and women in compelling yet commonsense language. Learn from his strong words, his noble actions, and his lifelong sufferings as recounted in this issue of Christian History.

  • Spurgeon’s conversion story
  • Spurgeon’s theology
  • Victorian England
  • The "Down-Grade" controversy
  • Spurgeon’s political influence

Other full-color facsimiles now available include issue 3 John Wycliffe, issue 12 John Calvin, issue 16 William Tyndale, issue 17 Women in the Early Church, issue 28 100 Important Events, issue 32 Dietrich Bonhoeffer, issue 33 Christianity and the Civil War, issue 48 Thomas Cranmer and the English Reformation, issue 50 The American Revolution, and issue 69 The Wesleys.

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