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5 Ways Spurgeon Coped with London’s Terror Attacks

On September 30, 1888, “Jack the Ripper” murdered his third victim, Elizabeth Stride, only five miles from last Sunday’s terrorist attack in Finsbury Park. Terror seized Spurgeon’s London. Would the murders continue? Who would die next? (Catherine Eddowes and Mary Jane Kelly)

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The Complete Sermons

Now out of print, we are making available online all of the sermons from the 63-volume “Works of Charles Spurgeon,” for free.

His Personal Library

For the first time ever: Spurgeon’s own writings & select volumes from Spurgeon’s personal library, complete with annotations, now available digitally and free of charge.

The Spurgeon Center

The Spurgeon Library is the premier center Spurgeon scholarship, housing nearly 6,000 volumes from Charles Spurgeon’s personal library.

The Lost Sermons

Never-before-published sermons from the Prince of Preachers now in print in elegant, full-color volumes from B&H Academic.

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