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Carolus Spurgeon

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Carolus Haddon Spurgeon. Pictura ab Alexandro Melville facta, 1885.
Spurgeon anno 23 suae aetatis.
Spurgeon in Surrey Music Hall circa annum 1858 praedicat.
Spurgeon senex.
Prima pagina magazinae Sword and Trowel, a Spurgeon editae.
Monumentum Caroli Spurgeon in sepulcreto West Norwood Londinii.

Carolus Spurgeon (natus Charles Haddon Spurgeon Kelvedon in oppido Essexiae 9 Iunii 1834[1]; mortuus Mentoni in Alpibus maritimis 31 Ianuarii 1892) fuit praedicator baptisticus Anglicus, qui inter Christianos variarum sectarum momentum iam habet, inter quas princeps praedicatorum fuisse putatur. Traditionem reformatam magnopere movebat, quam ecclesiam per 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith defendebat, propensitates liberales pragmaticasque contra dicens.

Spurgeon congregationem Novam Cappellam Viae Horti (deinde Tabernaculum Metropolitanum) Londinii triginta octo annos regebat.[2] Nonnullis controversiis cum Unione Baptistica Magna Britanniae intererat, et ad ultimum, sententiarum doctrinae causa, a secta baptistica discessit.[3] Anno 1867 ordinem beneficialem condidit, qui Spurgeonianus[4] hoc tempore appellatur et per totum mundum operatur. Etiam condidit institutionem quod Collegium Spurgeonianum ex eo post mortem appellari coepit.

Spurgeon multa operum genera produxit, inter quae homiliae, autobiographia, progymnasmata, libri de oratione, devotionalia, magazinae, poemata, hymni, et plures.[5][6] Scribae multas ex eius homiliis descripserunt, eo iam dicente, quae tum in multas linguas convertae sunt, eo iam vivo. Produxisse dicitur potentissimas cogitationis subtilis expositionisque exactae homilias. Spectatores in Tabernaculo Metropolito propter eius sollertias oratorias fascinati fuisse dicuntur, et multi Christiani eius scripta inter litteras devotionis maximi aestimant.[7] Spurgeon praeter homilias nonnullos hymnos populo gratos composuit, et novam carminum venerationis collectionem anno 1866 edidit, quam Our Own Hymn Book appellavit.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Cheer For Daily Life "Cheer for Life." The Annual American Catalogue.
  • 2200 Quotations from the Writings of Charles H. Spurgeon
  • Able to the Uttermost
  • According To Promise
  • All of Grace : ISBN 1-60206-436-9.
  • An All Round Ministry
  • Around the Wicket Gate
  • Barbed Arrows
  • C. H. Spurgeon's Autobiography : ISBN 0-85151-076-0.
  • Chequebook of the Bank of Faith : ISBN 1-85792-221-2.
  • Christ's Incarnation
  • Come Ye Children
  • Commenting and Commentaries
  • The Dawn of Revival, (Prayer Speedily Answered)
  • Down Grade Controversy, The
  • Eccentric Preachers
  • Feathers For Arrows
  • Flashes of Thought
  • Gleanings Among The Sheaves
  • God Promises You : ISBN 0-88368-459-4.
  • Good Start, A
  • Greatest Fight in the World, The
  • Home Worship and the Use of the Bible in the Home
  • Interpreter, The or Scripture for Family Worship
  • John Ploughman's Pictures
  • John Ploughman's Talks
  • Lectures to My Students : ISBN 0-310-32911-6.
  • Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, The
  • Miracles and Parables of Our Lord
  • Morning & Evening : ISBN 1-84550-014-8.
  • New Park Street Pulpit, The
  • Only A Prayer Meeting
  • Our Own Hymn Book
  • Pictures From Pilgrim's Progress
  • The Power of Prayer in a Believer's Life : ISBN 0-88368-441-1.
  • The Preachers Power and the Conditions of Obtaining it
  • Saint And His Saviour, The
  • Sermons in Candles
  • Sermons on Special Days and Occasions
  • Smooth Stones taken from Ancient Brooks: Selections from Thomas Brooks : ISBN 978-1-84871-113-6.
  • Soul Winner, The : ISBN 1-60206-770-8.
  • Speeches at Home And Abroad
  • Spurgeon's Commentary on Great Chapters of the Bible
  • Spurgeon's Morning and Evening
  • Spurgeon's Sermon Notes : ISBN 0-8254-3768-7.
  • The Sword and the Trowel
  • Talk to Farmers
  • Till He Come
  • The Salt Cellars (1885)
  • Treasury of David, The : ISBN 0-8254-3683-4.
  • We Endeavour
  • The Wordless Book
  • Word and Spirit : ISBN 0-85234-545-3.
  • Words of Advice
  • Words of Cheer
  • Words of Counsel

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Fullerton, caput 1.
  2. "History of the Tabernacle". Metropolitan Tabernacle .
  3. Farley 2007.
  4. Anglice Spurgeon's.
  5. Spurgeon, Charles Haddon (1982), "Immanuel", in Houghton, Elsie, Christian Hymn-writers, Bridgend, Wales: Evangelical Press of Wales, ISBN 0-900898-66-6 .
  6. The Baptist Hymn Book, London: Psalms and Hymn Trust, 1982 .
  7. Dallimore 1985: 178–79.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Fontes in scriptis ipsius Spurgeon[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Spurgeon, Charles Haddon. 2009. The "Down Grade" Controversy. Pasadena Texiae: Pilgrim Publications. ISBN 1-56186211-8. Archivum.
  • Spurgeon, Charles Haddon. 1995. 2200 Quotations from the Writings of Charles H. Spurgeon, ed. Tom Carter. Baker Books, ISBN 978-0-8010-5365-8. Amazon.com.
  • Spurgeon, Charles Haddon. 2010. The People's Preacher. Magna Britannia: Christian Television Association.

Aliae res[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Austin, Alvyn. 2007. China's Millions: The China Inland Mission and Late Qing Society. Grand Rapids Michiganiae: Eerdmans, ISBN 978-0-8028-2975-7.
  • Brackney, William H. 2004. A Genetic History of Baptist Thought: With Special Reference to Baptists in Britain and North America. Macon Georgiae: Mercer University Press.
  • Dallimore, Arnold. 1984. Spurgeon: A New Biography. Sicagi: Moody Press. ISBN 978-0-85151451-2.
  • Farley, William P. 2007. "'Charles Haddon Spurgeon: The Greatest Victorian Preacher." Enrichment Journal, Ianuarius.
  • Fullerton, William Young. 1920. C. H. Spurgeon: A Biography. Londinii: W. Williams and Norgate.
  • Hoyt, Wayland. 1892. Walks and Talks with Charles H. Spurgeon. American Baptist Publighing Society.
  • Murray, Iain. 1972. The Forgotten Spurgeon, Edinburgh UK: Banner of Truth, ISBN 978-0-85151-156-6
  • Nettles, Tom. 2013. Living By Revealed Truth: The Life and Pastoral Theology of Charles Haddon Spurgeon. Ross-shire: Christian Focus Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78191122-8.
  • Sheehan, Robert. 1985. Spurgeon and the Modern Church. Phillipsburg Novae Caesareae: Presbyterian & Reformed. ISBN 978-0-94646205-6.
  • The Standard Life of CH Spurgeon. Londinii: Passmore and Alabaster.

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