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Charles Spurgeon Charles Haddon Spurgeon (19 June 1834 - 31 January 1892), was born in Essex England, and served as a Baptist preacher for decades. As a prolific writer, theologian, and preacher, his works continue to be some of the most widely read and studied in the Christian faith.

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Charles Spurgeon Links

Charles Spurgeon Overview (Wiki)
Wikipedia overview of Charles Spurgeon.
The Spurgeon Center
Huge collection of free sermons, history, video lectures, blog and other material related to Spurgeon, from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
The Spurgeon Archive
Phillip R. Johnson's site has been a popular source of information on Spurgeon for decades. Phil is the Executive Director of the well known "Grace to You" ministry.
Metropolitan Tabernacle, London
This is the Church where Pastor Spurgeon preached for 38 years, with his first sermon in 1853. It is also the Church where John Gill preached for over 50 years, starting in 1720.

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The Earth is the Lord's,
and the fulness thereof;