- A biography of Charles Haddon Spurgeon
This personal portrait of Charles Haddon Spurgeon is drawn from seven periods of Spurgeon's career. This biographical work is drawn from multiple sources with the intent to further better understanding of the life and works of Charles Spurgeon.
About the Author
Godfrey Holden Pike wrote many historical and biographical works on evangelical topics from 1870 to 1904. Some of his titles include: Ancient Meeting Houses, The Metropolitan Tabernacle, The Romance of the Streets, Byeways of Two Cities, Children Reclaimed For Life, Golden Lane, The Village Home For Girls, At Ilford, Essex, Seven Portraits Of .. C. H. Spurgeon, The Heavenly World, Shaftesbury, Pity For the Perishing, Saving to the Uttermost, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Victoria, Queen And Empress, Albert, The Prince Consort, Beneath the Blue Sky, The Life of C. H. Spurgeon, The Life and Work of C. H. Spurgeon, The Life and Work of Archibald G. Brown, Preacher and Philanthropist, Charles Haddon Spurgeon as He Lived and Worked, John Cassell, Among the Sailors During the Life and Reign of the Queen, Oliver Cromwell and His Times, From Slave to College President, Wesley and His Preachers, Dr. Parker and His Friends, John Wesley and Daughters of the Flower Market.