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Charles Spurgeon, The Great Orator - J. C. Carlile

Charles Spurgeon, The Great Orator

J. C. Carlile

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Such were Charles Haddon Spurgeon's preaching gifts that London's Metropolitan Tabernacle a structure accomodating 6,000 people was built in 1861 just for him. 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. He remains a role model for seminarians and pastors alike. (205pp. Barbour Book, 1995.)


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