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It was impossible to settle on one resource that honors Spurgeon best. However, as we searched the world of Spurgeon, we discovered a number of books, electronic resources, and Web sites that should be top priorities in your study of this great man of God.

The Charles Spurgeon Collection from Ages/Logos is an affordable CD-ROM with the entire collection of Spurgeon’s published sermons (from Park Street and Metropolitan Tabernacle) and several other important Spurgeon resources. It can be found for the astounding price of $100 at several locations on the Internet. Start at <> for more information.

Pilgrim Publishing prints more Spurgeon material than any other publisher in history, including Passmore and Alabaster, Spurgeon’s original publishers. Nearly all of Spurgeon’s published works may be obtained at Pilgrim’s site. It also produces modern works about Spurgeon and his ministry. Its Web site is <>, or you may call 713-477-4261 for a catalog. It is located in Pasadena, Tex.

Phil Johnson’s hard work and love for Spurgeon are on display at <>. This is the largest repository for the works of Spurgeon online. Phil has other worthy Web sites, but none have received the same level of dedication as the Spurgeon site. It is a tremendous gift to the Internet community and the church.

Iain Murray’s biography of Spurgeon remains the best. Published by Banner of Truth Trust, this is the one indispensable book the Spurgeon fan needs to understand his life and times.

If you are too excited to wait to start reading Spurgeon for yourself, then begin with his Lectures to My Students and Treasury of David. Then start saving for the New Park Street Pulpit/Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit 63-volume collection, either the fine print version by Pilgrim or the electronic published by Ages/Logos.

The Words of Spurgeon

The Power in the Pulpit

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From the October 2001 Issue
Oct 2001 Issue