Charles Speargen is an English preacher and theologian, pastor of the largest Baptist church in England. One of the most prominent representatives of homiletic exegesis in Protestantism.
The literary heritage of Charles Gaddon Spurgeon is more than 60 volumes of sermons and 140 books on various topics of Christian theology and spiritual life. Spurgeon’s sermons are considered classics in Protestant homiletics, his works have been translated into more than 35 languages of the world and are among the most popular spiritual literature in Baptist, Pentecostal and other churches. In his theology, Spurgeon adhered to Calvinist views and a conservative approach to the interpretation of the Bible, strongly rejecting the allegorical method of interpretation.