Logos Pre-Pub: Charles Spurgeon Collection

Andy Naselli —  January 14, 2009 — 5 Comments

It’s amazing how many outstanding resources Logos Bible Software keeps producing.

I already own and benefit greatly from “The Complete Spurgeon Sermon Collection,” which contains Spurgeon’s sermons from the Park Street and Metropolitan Tabernacle pulpits. I just became aware of another Spurgeon collection that is now on pre-pub for $250: “Charles Spurgeon Collection.” It’s currently 78 volumes and 17,361 pages, so that’s about a penny ($0.014) per page in a highly efficient format.

Content:

  • The Treasury of David, Spurgeon’s 7-volume commentary on the Psalms
  • Spurgeon’s 4-volume Lectures to My Students, which includes his best-selling Commenting and Commentaries
  • 228 issues of Spurgeon’s magazine, The Sword and the Trowel published between 1865 and 1884
  • Spurgeon’s 4-volume Sermon Notes
  • The 2-volume Salt Cellars
  • Spurgeon’s 4-volume Autobiography, the first and most detailed account of Spurgeon’s life and ministry
  • A collection of Spurgeon’s letters and correspondence
  • Dozens of additional volumes on preaching, prayer, evangelism, and much more!

What a treasure trove!

Update: Phil Gons adds this on the Logos blog:

And it gets even better. I said presently above because we’re still in the process of researching another dozen or so titles for possible inclusion in this collection. The best part is that if you pre-order now, you’ll be locked in at the lowest possible price, even if the price goes up to cover the additional cost.

So pre-order this unparalleled collection of the writings of C. H. Spurgeon now (and his sermons, too, if you don’t already have them), and get ready to take advantage of the power of Logos to integrate this wealth of material into your devotions, Bible studies, and sermons with ease.

5 responses to Logos Pre-Pub: Charles Spurgeon Collection

  1. This is kind of a random question, though it is Logos related. Do you happen to know if Logos has available any Jewish resources such as the Talmud, Babylonian Talmud, or the writings of Maimonides?

  2. Andy – If I might ask another question: what do you typically use Spurgeon’s resources for? Personal study? In a teaching context? I’m just curious. Logos sounds like quite the deal!

  3. Hey, Mark. They are another tool on the exegetical tool bench, and they are useful for all sorts of occasions (of which you named a few). Having the resources in Libronix makes them significantly more useful for a plethora of reasons. (Cf. my two reviews of Logos products listed above in the right sidebar.)

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