Spurgeon, C.H. (Charles Haddon), 1834-1892

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Dates:
Birth 1834-06-19
Death 1892-01-31
Britons
English

Biographical notes:

Charles Haddon Spurgeon, born in 1834, was a Baptist minister in Great Britain. He was famous for his preaching skills and, from the time he was a young man, attracted thousands of people to hear his sermons. A prolific author, Spurgeon's published sermons were very popular. He held strict Calvinistic views and, therefore, alienated himself from some Baptist ministers. Despite his controversial views, he remained a popular speaker. Spurgeon died in 1892 after suffering from gout.

From the description of C.H. Spurgein letters, 1889-1890. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122517780

English preacher and religious writer.

From the description of Autograph letter signed : [Pangbourne], to "My Dr Bro", [year not specified] July 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 780723639

Charles Haddon Spurgeon was a celebrated 19th century English fundamentalist Baptist minister and preacher. From the time he preached his first sermon in London, at the age of 20, his popularity was instantaneous and overwhelming, and would increase throughout his life and spread to other countries. He also wrote and published sermons and miscellaneous works at a prolific rate, and founded numerous social organizations including a ministerial college and an orphanage.

From the description of Charles Haddon Spurgeon letter to Dear sir, after 1860. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 50999209

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Subjects:

  • Baptists--Clergy--Correspondence
  • Baptists
  • Religion
  • Baptists--Sermons

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  • Great Britain (as recorded)
  • Great Britain (as recorded)