Contending for the faith – part 3

Charles Spurgeon

By Tim Curnow  |  2008 Autumn Lectures

One of Victorian Britain’s most prominent evangelical preachers, Charles Haddon Spurgeon believed firmly that the Bible applied to all of life and to the nation. His life and teaching reflects a conviction that Christians should be an influence for good in the way society is governed. Tim Curnow offers an important insight into the work and influence of a man who sought to “draw politics up into the light and power of Christ”.

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