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Charles Spurgeon: The Prince of Preachers (Heroes of the Faith) (edició 2013)

de Dan Harmon (Autor)

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His fiery presence in the pulpit led to the building of London's Metropolitan Tabernacle, where over 6,000 people could listen to the great orator.
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Títol:Charles Spurgeon: The Prince of Preachers (Heroes of the Faith)
Autors:Dan Harmon (Autor)
Informació:Barbour Books (2013), Edition: Reprint, 210 pages
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Another book in the Heroes of the Faith series for young adults. This one tells the story of Charles Haddon Spurgeon, who had a passion for preaching at an early age, which he drove on with until the end of his days. The book, while somewhat chronologically disjoint, takes the reader on a trip across Spurgeon's life, and draws light on just why so many things were posthumously named after him.

The Heroes of the Faith edition is an edit of the original version by Carlie, and justifiably so. The language of the original writing may have been too difficult for most modern teen readers. ( )
  aethercowboy | May 5, 2010 |
Spurgeon was born at Kelvedon, June 19, 1834. He was an intellectual preacher as opposed to the sputtering emotional kind. Not many like him are left now that D. James Kennedy is dead. Ravi Zacharias is certainly one, though he is wrong about the tomb of Jesus—we know where several alleged ones are, not the actual place in which His dead body laid...

Charles Spurgeon preached the gospel to simple country folk in the great outdoors as a very young man. He gained immense popularity due to his ability as an orator to convey his own thoughts, feelings, and sincerity alongside the gospel. The people saw that this was no proud peacock who sat himself apart as a natural leader, better than thou. Spurgeon was their equal, the people's sky pilot.

While still a youth he was offered a pastorship at a grandly gothic church near Cambridge. His rise to power is extremely entertaining giving that he faced much resistance from traditionalists. He did not preach by shouting and spitting and convulsing.

This man accomplished so much good while caring so little for his own status. It is quite astonishing to find out how much he is responsible for and in what barrenness he and his family lived.

Later on in life, Spurgeon's Baptist brethren rejected him. In my opinion this furthers his character. Though the people wanted him to branch off and start his own unique denomination, he would not bring the body of Christ into further variance. ( )
  endersreads | Apr 24, 2008 |
This simple book has many details of the Prince of Preachers not found in larger tomes. The data on the Down-Grade Controversy alone makes it worth the small purchase price. ( )
  temsmail | Dec 12, 2006 |
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