Book Critique of Charles Spurgeon Lectures to My Students

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Liberty University
liberty Baptist theological seminary
Book CRITIQUE OF:
Lectures to my students
BY:
Charles H. Spurgeon
Submitted to Dr. Robert Pace
in partial fulfillment of the requirements for
201320 SPRING 2013PLED 635 – D01 LUO
PASTORAL THEOLOGY

by:
yossi sarid
ID# 24901465

las cruces, new mexico
APRIL 7, 2013

TABLE OF CONTENTS
BIBLIOGRAPHIC ENTRY………………………………………………………………………1 SUMMARY………..……………………………………………………………….......................1 critique………………………………………………………………………….......................5 EVALUATION.…………………………………………………………………………………….

BIBLIOGRAPHIC ENTRY
Spurgeon, Charles H. Lectures To My Students. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House, 2011, Kindle Electronic Edition. SUMMARY
Charles Spurgeon is known as one of the most significant pastors, orators, authors and humanitarians of the nineteenth century. In addition to authoring numerous books, founding Stockwell Orphanage, serving as pastor of the Church in Waterbeach, Baptist Church of New Park Street in Southwark, London and the famed Metropolitan Tabernacle, Spurgeon also founded the Pastors’ College. Perhaps one of Spurgeon's greatest ministries was to the hundreds of pastors who were trained in the Pastors' College which he founded and served as President until his death. In 1865 Spurgeon began an annual conference to address students, alum and other interested parties. Lectures To My Students contains many of the lectures and topics that Spurgeon presented at his annual conference. Lectures To My Students covers a variety of topics discussed in twenty-eight lectures. Spurgeon’s lectures include: “The Ministers Self-Watch”: “The Call to the Ministry”; “The Preacher’s Private Prayer”; “Our Public Prayer”; “Sermons – Their Matter”; “On the Choice of a Text”; “On Spiritualizing”; “On the Voice”; “Attention!”; “The Faculty of Impromptu Speech”; “The Minister’s Fainting Fits”; “The Minister’s Ordinary Conversation”; “To Workers with Slender...
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