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Spurgeon

[spur-juh n] /ˈspɜr dʒən/
noun
1.
Charles Haddon
[had-n] /ˈhæd n/ (Show IPA),
1834–92, English Baptist preacher.
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  • It is just here that the realistic preaching of the Spurgeon school is available, and nothing else is.

  • Spurgeon defines it in one of his sermons as "the willingness to know and be known."

    The Calvary Road Roy Hession
  • Mr. Spurgeon would find Esino much more difficult to get to than heaven.

    Italian Alps Douglas William Freshfield
  • We see it well exemplified in John Bright, Spurgeon, and others.

    Mystic London: Charles Maurice Davies
  • It is admitted that there is scarcely one respect in which Mr. Spurgeon's powers were really transcendent.

    A Handful of Stars Frank W. Boreham
  • But we must remember that even Spurgeon was often guilty of that.

    A Year in Europe Walter W. Moore
  • In the evening Mr. Spurgeon preached in the open air, in Chapel Field, to a congregation of more than 10,000.

    Norfolk Annals Charles Mackie
  • One of Spurgeon's rooted notions was that unbelievers were sure of hell.

    Flowers of Freethought George W. Foote
  • Bellew soon ran through his ephemeral popularity—that of Mr. Spurgeon grew and strengthened day by day.

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