He has been nicknamed, “The Prince of Preachers”, and for good reason. Volume 2 of The Lost Sermons of C.H. Spurgeon will not disappoint. Although I would not say I am a full blown Calvanist, there are a many great deal of things that I absolutley agree on with Spurgeon. Over the years, I have given much attention to Spurgeon and his writings and have grown a great deal in my faith. This book is nicely done with an easy to read format. There are many footnotes throughout each sermon that helps the reader have a better understanding. As an added bonus, each sermon presented also has a picture of the original in Spurgeon’s handwriting.
As a pastor and history student, I have a great interest in classic literature. I have committed to study the “preachers and theologians of old” because of the great value. I would recommend this book to anyone who has a desrire to be challenged in their faith or for anyone who has a appreciation of classic literature. Even if you do not agree with everything Spurgeon says, you cannot go wrong with this book.