CHARLES SPURGEON, THE GREAT ORATOR, (HEROES OF FAITH), J.C. CARLILE- Paperback

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Author: J.C. CARLILE

Pages: 205

Publisher: Barbour

Publish Date: 1997

Edition: Unknown

Condition: New.

Binding: Paperback

Markings: N/A.

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Charles Spurgeon, The Great Orator, (Heroes of Faith)

A great Tabernacle was once built for a great preacher.
Such were Charles Haddon Spurgeon's preaching gifts that London's Metropolitan Tabernacle---a structure accommodating 6,000 people---was built just for him. The great orator and preacher continued filling the pews until his death thirty years later, while also founding there a pastor's college and an orphanage, which both still exist.
...Spurgeon delivered sermons that are eminently readable today, and still...in print over a century later.
Rejecting the Congregationalist theology of his father, Spurgeon was baptized as an adult, and soon after discovered his God-given gift in a pastorate near Cambridge, England. A powerful evangelist with a natural and appealing sense of humor, Spurgeon delivered sermons that are eminently readable today, and still, remarkably, in print over a century later.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon remains a role model for seminarians and seasoned pastors alike, and an imagined fiery presence in the pulpit through his inspired writings.