57 Min.

Session 3: Look and Live: The Conversion of Charles Spurgeon Kootenai Church Conferences

    • Christentum

Spurgeon's conversion as a teenager. Spurgeon's recollection of utter depravity prior to his conversion. The influence of his parents and grandparents which ultimately led to his conversion. His critique of Roman Catholicism called The Antichrist and Her Brood written at 15 years of age, and more.







Recommended Resources:





* Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism: The Battle for Gospel Preaching by Iain Murray

* The Forgotten Spurgeon by Iain Murray

* Spurgeon on the Christian Life: Alive in Christ by Michael Reeves

* The Spurgeon Archive 

* Phil Johnson's blog: Pyromaniacs

Spurgeon's conversion as a teenager. Spurgeon's recollection of utter depravity prior to his conversion. The influence of his parents and grandparents which ultimately led to his conversion. His critique of Roman Catholicism called The Antichrist and Her Brood written at 15 years of age, and more.







Recommended Resources:





* Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism: The Battle for Gospel Preaching by Iain Murray

* The Forgotten Spurgeon by Iain Murray

* Spurgeon on the Christian Life: Alive in Christ by Michael Reeves

* The Spurgeon Archive 

* Phil Johnson's blog: Pyromaniacs

57 Min.