Charles H. Spurgeon and Eschatology:
Did He Have a Discernible Millennial Position?
by Dennis Michael Swanson
Copyright © 1996 by Dennis Swanson. All rights reserved.
In the discussion of the various aspects of systematic theology, perhaps none has seen more ink spilt in the last 100 years than eschatology. Those who have “specialized” in this field are well-known and equally well- published; however, when the discussion of eschatology comes up, the name of one of the most published Christians in the history of the church1, Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892), is seldom mentioned. There are, of course, many reasons for this, not the least of which was Spurgeon’s own lack of emphasis on the subject in his own ministry, as was common in his day. EDITOR’S NOTE: Click this Link to Read this Valuable & Interesting Study.) CLICK HERE