Charles Spurgeon Relevant Today


Charles Haddon Spurgeon 1834-1892


The link below is to an article that takes a look at Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892).

For more visit:
https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/he-preached-a-big-god-with-a-broken-heart

Charles Spurgeon and Church Membership


The link below is to an article that takes a look at Charle’s Spurgeon and his approach to church membership – but that is not entirely accurate, for it was the approach of the church he served as pastor. We may not agree with everything done there, yet there are innumerable lessons to be learned from the example and model of the Metropolitan Tabernacle.

For more visit:
https://www.9marks.org/article/5-ways-spurgeons-metropolitan-tabernacle-cultivated-meaningful-membership/

Charles Spurgeon and His Battle With Depression


The link below is to an article that takes a look at Charles Spurgeon and his personal battle with depression.

For more visit:
https://www.crossway.org/articles/did-you-know-that-charles-spurgeon-struggled-with-depression/

Article: Preaching – Inadequate Necessity


The link below is to an article that takes a quick look at what we must do in preaching and how inadequate it is, all with the assistance of a quote from Charles Spurgeon.

For more visit:
http://bibchr.blogspot.com.au/2013/08/preaching-what-many-must-do-and-what.html

Book Review: Killing Calvinism – How to Destroy a Perfectly Good Theology from the Inside, by Greg Dutcher


At the BookShelf

Killing CalvinismI have started reading ‘Killing Calvinism – How to Destroy a Perfectly Good Theology from the Inside,’ by Greg Dutcher. This book was released by Cruciform Press in June 2012, so I have been reading a new book for a change. Generally I read books that were written many years ago, often several centuries ago, so this was a bit unusual for me. It was however the title of the book, along with a review that I had read somewhere, that drew my attention to it and so I decided to buy it at Amazon in Kindle format.

So reading the book I quickly discovered that it was a very easy book to read, even though it dealt with a subject that was indeed crucial, timely and weighty. Calvinism is the behemoth of Christian theology, being a system of truth that epitomises the teaching of Scripture. It has produced great…

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