No-one could possibly fill the shoes of C.H. Spurgeon such was the stature of the great Victorian Preacher, but in terms of orthodoxy and practical evangelicalism Archibald G. Brown could not be faulted. At last this volume enables him to step from from the shadow of Spurgeon and be appreciated for his own gifts and contribution to evangelical preaching in London. Murray accomplishes this task very well [despite the title he has given it]in this fine volume.
BOT.-2011. D.w. 432pp. Ills.