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It is no easy task to depict 'so tremendous a personality' as that of Spurgeon in a brief volume, but in 250 pages it is here accomplished, and with a large measure of success. It will meet the need of those completely ignorant of Spurgeon and his vast achievements, but will stir also the interest of all who value a unique ministry, yielding 62 volumes of 'deathless' sermons and many other highly valuable publications.
It was fitting that Dr. Arnold Dallimore (1911-98), author of a two-volumeLife of George Whitefield (and ore recently of The Life of Edward Irving) should then give us a book on Charles Haddon Surgeon (1834-92). It was in 1962 that the four-volumeAutobiography of Spurgeonwas republished in two volumes, with considerable rearrangement, but, even so, the Autobiography is too long to serve as a popular introduction. Accordingly, Dr. Dallimore, using these two volumes and other dependabe sources, produced a much more concise narrative of Spurgeon's life. He also set out to understand and present something of the inner man Spurgeon in his praying, his suffering and depressions, his weaknesses and strengths; in his triumphs, humor, joys, and incredible accomplishments.
Author : Arnold Dallimore
Publisher: Banner Of Truth
Retail Price: $ 16.00
Page Count : 272
Size: 8 1/2 x 5 3/8 x 3/4 Inches
Publication Date: 1987