Spurgeon and the Poor

Spurgeon and the Poor

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In the past century, one question has constantly plagued the church: How should the people of God respond to social issues? Rather than buying in to the “social gospel,” Alex DiPrima looks back to an unexpected source for biblical clarity: Charles Haddon Spurgeon. Part theology and part biography, Spurgeon and the Poor examines how the Prince of Preachers’ belief that gospel preaching and soul-winning should be the church’s primary mission informed his commendable benevolence and mercy ministry.


Part 1: Spurgeon’s Teaching

  1. The Prince of Preachers
  2. The Grace Effect
  3. Followers of Christ, Lovers of Men
  4. Gospel Proclamation and Social Ministry
  5. A City on a Hill
  6. Political Preaching

Part 2: Spurgeon’s Practice

  1. The Priority of Soul-Winning
  2. The Pastor’s College
  3. A Benevolent Ministry
  4. The Metropolitan Tabernacle
  5. The Good Samaritan in London
  6. Social and Political Activism


Appendix: Spurgeon and Social Ministry in Historical Perspective


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