Nineteenth-century preacher Charles Spurgeon may have surprised some when he delivered this sermon on the doctrine of election. Though predestination aligned with Spurgeon’s denominational beliefs as a Particular Baptist, it was still an unpopular sermon topic. Spurgeon tackles it head-on in this sermon, however, providing support from both Scripture and theologians who came before him. Contemporary Christians - whether they believe in predestination, free will, or some middle ground between the two - may be edified by Spurgeon’s bold discussion.
Love Spurgeon, just not the narrator...
Spurgeon is amazing and I love his teaching...but...the narrator of this particular volume mispronounces many words including antinomian and others that should have been practiced and fluid when reading a sermon from Surgeon's time, especially one of this topic. His voice is very mechanical, and distracted me constantly from the message. I really wish that wonderful messages like this one would have professional narration, such as Max Maclean, etc.