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In The Gospel Focus of Charles Spurgeon, new from Reformation Trust Publishing, author Steven J. Lawson explores Spurgeon's fascinating life and ministry, showing how he clung to the gospel in every venue of life and ministry, teaching it constantly even amid controversy and personal suffering.
Unabridged audio CD; approximately 3.2 hours; 3 CDs; read by Simon Vance.
|Format: Compact disc|
Publication Date: 2015
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I own at least three dozen different biographies of the prince of preachers, but Steve Lawson's new book on Charles Spurgeon will from now on have akey place of prominence in my short list of favorites. Dr. Lawson understands what made the great preacher's heart beat: it was the gospel, charged with a passion for the souls of lost people and kept steady by the doctrines of grace. The clear rhythm of that pulse reverberates through this book and it's a catchy beat. I'm profoundly glad for that, and I hope countless readers will be moved to get in step with the cadence. --Phil Johnson: Executive director, Grace to You; Curator, The Spurgeon Archive
For more than thirty-six years, Steve Lawson has had an intense interest in the ministry of Charles Spurgeon. In April 1976, he wrote a paper on Spurgeon's theological controversies for a Baptist history class at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. In that paper, Lawson said about Spurgeon, 'He magnified God's grace and glorified God's Son.' Lawson has shown in this book how those traits of Spurgeon's ministry, plus his thorough commitment to the infallibility of Scripture, his fervent grace-centered evangelism, his utter dependence on the work of the Holy Spirit, and his personal courage, make Spurgeon transcend the ages as a model for church-centered gospel ministry. Every Christian will be encouraged by Lawson's description of Spurgeon's life and his analysis of Spurgeon's driving commitments to the whole counsel of God. Loaded with pungent quotes from Spurgeon and punctuated with helpful and pertinent exhortations from Lawson, this is a book for us all. --Dr. Thomas J. Nettles: Professor of historical theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky.