Cl‡sicos de la fe: Spurgeon

Charles H. Spurgeon

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Barcode: 9781535984331

Release date: 01/02/2020

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La primera entrega de la serie ÒCl‡sicos de la feÓ, presenta dos de las obras m‡s importantes de Charles Spurgeon: DISCURSOS A MIS ESTUDIANTES: Charles Spurgeon fund— ÒThe Pastor's CollegeÓ en Londres en 1856, con solo veintid—s a–os de edad. Supervis— la capacitaci—n de hasta ochocientos hombres a la vez, dando conferencias una vez por semana. Discursos a mis estudiantes es una colecci—n de esas conferencias. Conocido como el ÒPr’ncipe de los predicadoresÓ, el equilibrio entre levedad y gravedad de Spurgeon, bromeando y suplicando, es ampliamente capaz de alentar, condenar y formar pastores y ministros en nuestros d’as. TODA LA GRACIA: Este libro es el llamado personal de Charles Spurgeon a los incrŽdulos para que acepten la gracia gratuita de Dios. La creencia de Spurgeon en el poder del evangelio para salvar muestra su presentaci—n clara y abierta del mismo. La salvaci—n, argumenta Spurgeon, es gratuita, regalada. ÀLa aceptaremos? Toda la Gracia sirve como una introducci—n perfecta a la salvaci—n para el pecador, y una seguridad convincente de la salvaci—n para el santo. LECTURES TO MY STUDENTS: Charles Spurgeon founded The PastorsÕ College in London in 1856, at only twenty-two years of age. He supervised the training of up to eight hundred men at a time, lecturing once a week. Lectures to My Students is a collection of those lectures. Known as the Prince of Preachers, SpurgeonÕs balance of levity and gravity, joking and pleading, is amply able to encourage, convict, and shape pastors and ministers in our day. ALL OF GRACE: All of Grace is Charles SpurgeonÕs personal appeal to unbelievers to accept the free grace of God. His belief in the power of the gospel to save informs SpurgeonÕs clear and open gospel presentation. Salvation, Spurgeon argues, is free, gratis, given away. Will we accept it? All of Grace serves as a perfect introduction to salvation for the sinner, and a compelling assurance of salvation for the saint.

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