Spurgeon C Haddon

Spurgeon C Haddon

Throughout most of the second part of the nineteenth century, SPURGEON (1834-1892) was the most prominent preacher in England. He spoke his first sermon at the age of 16, and by the age of 22, he was the most famous preacher in the country, regularly speaking to crowds of 6,000 to ten thousand people. He was also involved in charity activities and evangelism. All of Grace, Finding Peace amid Life's Storms, The Anointed Life, and Praying Effectively are only a few of Spurgeon's books. ROSALIE DE ROSSET has worked at Moody Bible Institute for 42 years as a professor of literature, English, and homiletics.

She graduated with a master's degree in arts. M.Div. from Northern Illinois University in English Ph.D. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School The University of Illinois at Chicago has a Ph.D. in Language, Literacy, and Rhetoric.

In addition to teaching, she is a frequent guest and co-host on Moody Broadcasting Network programs and talks at conferences and seminars. She lives in Chicago's northside.