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Charles Spurgeon: A Biography (Charles Spurgeon : Une biographie)

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It is not easy to portray in a few words a character as astonishing, colorful and gigantic as Charles Spurgeon. Despite the absence of television and modern media in his day, he is a giant, even when compared to the many current stars who occupy the field of the "evangelical" world.

This biography stands out, however, because, beyond the figures, behind the huge crowds, after the preaching, it reveals the leader of men, the giant in prayer, the child's heart that was really Charles Spurgeon. . But, even deeper than all this, it shows the sovereign and almighty God of Spurgeon, the one who kept his servant in total submission before using him with great power and efficiency.

Thousands, maybe even millions, heard Spurgeon and received eternal life in his day. Will our generation shut its ears? Spurgeon preached one message, one God - may his times and blessings not be unique!

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Author

Arnold Dallimore (1911-1998) - Born in Canada to British parents, he studied theology at Baptist Seminary in Toronto, before becoming pastor of several Baptist churches in difficult times. He finally served for 23 years in the city of Cottam. He was also an accomplished and recognized historian and biographer, author of numerous works on the great figures of the history of the English-speaking Church, such as George Whitefield, Charles Wesley, Susannah Wesley, Edward Irving.

Table of contents

Preface to the French edition of Spurgeon's England

THE PREPARATION OF MAN 1834-1854

1 The child and the books
2 By a terrible conviction towards a glorious conversion
3 The joy of the first efforts in the service of the Lord
4 The preacher-child

THE EARLY YEARS IN LONDON 1855-1864

5 "A large door with efficient access"
6 A marriage willed by heaven
7 Attacks
8 Awakening in London

LONG PERIOD OF MATURITY IN THE MINISTRY 1861-1886

9 The Metropolitan Tabernacle
10 The training of young preachers
11 The growth of “Spurgeonian” businesses
12 Retirement homes and the Orphanage
13 Shadows and sun
14 Madame Spurgeon and her work
15 Daily life in the great church
16 Ten years of 'a powerful ministry
17 The character of Spurgeon
18 Spurgeon, the writer

THE LATEST YEARS 1887-1892

19 Burning fight for the faith
20 The end of the pilgrimage
21 "With Christ, which is by far the best "

Appendix - The Metropolitan Tabernacle after Spurgeon
Bibliography

Details

Original title : Spurgeon, a New Biography
Author : Arnold Dallimore
Publisher : Éditions Europresse

Publication : May 2021
ISBN : 978-1-914156-02-1
Pages : 336
Dimensions : 5.43 "x 8.5"
Format : paperback
Weight : 404 g