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Edited by Stephen McCaskell, foreword by Conrad Mbewe
Spurgeon's Calvinism is the Prince of Preachers describing, defending, and applying the doctrines of grace. According to C. H. Spurgeon, “Calvinism is the gospel, and nothing else.” And in this volume, Spurgeon precisely and convincingly articulates each of the five points of Calvinism.
From the editor's note: The debate over Charles Spurgeon’s views on Calvinism starts almost every time his name is dropped. I frequently come across people that have misunderstood Spurgeon and the gospel he preached. The gospel and Calvinism were not separate to him, they were one: “Calvinism is the gospel, and nothing else.”
This volume looks at this area more in depth in order to clear up misunderstandings of this aspect of Spurgeon’s theology. Using Spurgeon’s short booklet “A Defense of Calvinism” and several of his sermons, I’ve put together Spurgeon’s Calvinism.