Enter to win a copy of Living By Revealed Truth: The Life and Pastoral Theology of Charles Haddon Spurgeon by Tom Nettles


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Living By Revealed TruthPraise for Living By Revealed Truth:

“Charles Spurgeon is a mountain – a massive figure on the evangelical landscape. Tom Nettles now helps us to understand Charles Haddon Spurgeon as a man, a theologian, and one of the most influential pastors in church history. Nettles takes us into the heart of Charles Spurgeon’s conviction and his pastoral theology. This is a book that will encourage, educate, and bless its readers.”
-R. Albert Mohler ~ President, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky

“Tom Nettles’ new biography of Charles Spurgeon will be the new standard for a long time.”
-John Piper ~ Founder DesiringGod.org, Chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary, Author of spiritual classics including Desiring God and Don’t Waste Your Life

About the Book:
Tom Nettles has written this biography of Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the famous 19th century preacher and writer. It covers his life, ministry and also his theology. He draws on material from The Sword and Trowel, the magazine of the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London, where C H Spurgeon ministered.

Tom NettlesAbout the Author:
Thomas J. Nettles is Professor of Historical Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky.

25 Comments

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  • John Wiley

    His zeal for evangelism is quite inspiring

  • Salvador

    His faith and trust in God working through His Word.

  • Craig P. Hurst

    He drank from a deep well of reading Scripture and the works of others.

  • Lindsay Kennedy

    His faithful life of ministry

  • doughibbard

    Got to be the beard…

    Actually, his passion for learning even without formal structures.

  • http://thebreadline.wordpress.com/ davidbissett

    I have always enjoyed Spurgeon’s sense of humor.

  • fiddlin gal

    Spurgeon has a way of making things understandable.

  • Timothy Harris

    First, he was not formally trained at a seminary prior to beginning his ministry. Second, he suffered mentally and physically in his life. Third, he had a way with words… he was an excellent communicator.

  • Michael Snow

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  • Persis

    Spurgeon’s love for God, the church, and the lost.

  • Todd Randolph

    His simple exposition of Scripture

  • Josh

    His very real struggles with depression and discouragement, and physical maladies.

  • Alasdair Peterson

    His clinging to Jesus.

  • Kevin Fiske

    His confidence of Christ and ability to proclaim truth so boldly and clearly.

  • Joshua38

    As a pastor, everything about Spurgeon inspires me!!! Perhaps the thing that inspires me most, however, was how the significant physical suffering that both he and his wife, Susannah, endured did not deter him (or her!) from focusing on Christ, from performing the ministry to which he’d been called, and from ultimately becoming one of the most fruitful and influential preachers in all of history! How thankful I am that the Lord blessed us with Spurgeon!

  • http://confessingbaptist.com/ Jason Delgado

    His wordsmithing that sets the heart aflame!

  • David Norman

    His passion for the sovereignty of God and for souls to come to Christ

  • Graham

    His commitment to the Scriptures, his God-centered and Christ exalting theology, and the way that he spurs his listeners to love God for who the Scriptures reveal him to be and to love their neighbors as they do themselves.

  • charlesspurgeonjr

    The depth of his sermons.

  • Kenneth Clayton

    His productivity

  • Paul Weaver

    The Treasury of David

  • Allen Ray Mickle Jr.

    Spurgeon’s faithfulness to orthodox Christianity during the Downgrade controversy.

  • Brian

    His desires to keep going even when he didn’t feel like it. He knew he had a commitment to the Lord and he did it all for His glory.

  • billydog

    His stand against the downgrade.

  • Matthew George

    His commitment to the Word of God.