Spurgeon

by Arnold Dallimore     |     Book Summary


Author: Arnold Dallimore
Publisher: Banner of Truth
Date: 1985
Pages: 252

Book Summary of Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne


There have been numerous biographies written about Charles Haddon Spurgeon since he lived, including the four-volume Autobiography of Spurgeon, which was later republished as a two-volume condensed version. Still, a more concise overview was needed in order to introduce subsequent generations to the Prince of Preachers. 

In order to fully appreciate what Spurgeon was able to accomplish for the Kingdom of God during his earthly life, it's important to understand the man himself and the England in which he lived. Things were very different in the nineteenth century than they are today, and indeed, they were even quite different then from the England of the time of the Nonconformity. He took a great interest in the writings of the early Reformers and Puritans from a very young age and sought to restore those truths to the church, a task that proved to be challenging.

Spurgeon was a unique man with many gifts that he used for the glory of God. His love for the Lord and His people was revealed in everything he did, and he endured much hardship for the sake of the gospel. There has never been another quite like him.





Spurgeon

by Arnold Dallimore

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne

Author Arnold Dallimore
Publisher Banner of Truth
Date 1985
Pages 252


Overview:

There have been numerous biographies written about Charles Haddon Spurgeon since he lived, including the four-volume Autobiography of Spurgeon, which was later republished as a two-volume condensed version. Still, a more concise overview was needed in order to introduce subsequent generations to the Prince of Preachers. 

In order to fully appreciate what Spurgeon was able to accomplish for the Kingdom of God during his earthly life, it's important to understand the man himself and the England in which he lived. Things were very different in the nineteenth century than they are today, and indeed, they were even quite different then from the England of the time of the Nonconformity. He took a great interest in the writings of the early Reformers and Puritans from a very young age and sought to restore those truths to the church, a task that proved to be challenging.

Spurgeon was a unique man with many gifts that he used for the glory of God. His love for the Lord and His people was revealed in everything he did, and he endured much hardship for the sake of the gospel. There has never been another quite like him.