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All of Grace

Author C.H. Spurgeon
Narrator Simon Vance
Runtime 3.3 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date September 21, 2006
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Spurgeon's masterpiece is one the finest expositions ever penned on faith, repentance, and regeneration.

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Charles Spurgeon is one of the great preachers in the history of Christianity. Spurgeon also communicates brilliantly through the written word, and his giftedness to proclaim the doctrine of grace shines in his little gem, All of Grace. Many Christians believe that this small book presents better than any other non-canonical work the gospel of salvation alone by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. This short book is one of the bright jewels in post-apostolic writings on grace.

All of Grace is a perfect companion for Christians who wish to refresh their confidence in the grace of God. This book also makes an excellent introduction to those who are exploring the Christian gospel. Whether you are new to Christianity or a long-time believer, All of Grace will capture your attention and interest page after page.

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Spurgeon was a man of his...
Spurgeon was a man of his times and knew his audience. He pastored a megachurch decades before the term was coined. The book's intended audience was unbelievers in the highly Christianised Victorian era. So he assumes a reasonable familiarity with the Bible and that the reader at least respects, if not accepts, the Bible's authority. This makes it less valuable as an evangelistic tract for the 21st Century than for the 19th.

That said, a serious seeker who has been exploring Christianity for some time and is comfortable with and older style of writing will gain a lot from this book (it sounds formal to my ears, but not overly so - Spurgeon doesn't come across as putting on airs, even to my modern ears), as will any believer wanting to understand their salvation more fully.

Spurgeon tackles subjects like grace, faith, repentance from sin, and regeneration. His underlying theme is, as the title suggests, that this is all God's work (he was a Calvinist after all), but he never robs the reader of their responsibility to respond to God's grace, and helps the reader to cultivate a receptive heart.

Of the topics covered, I think his section on faith was brilliant. Through his skilful explanation and illustrations any listener will come away with a very clear understanding of what faith is and how its part in salvation. That's not to say the rest of the book is weak, but this part shone, at least for me.

This is a review of an audiobook, so I will also add that the narration by Simon Vance is excellent, as always. I think he captures the tone well. It's under 3 hours, so a very accessible listen.
Review by / (Posted on 8/27/2009)
With clarity, humility, and light enunciation,...
With clarity, humility, and light enunciation, Simon Vance interprets noted preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon's explanation of the eternal salvation and grace to be found in Jesus Christ. Vance's deft narration reveals Spurgeon's steadfast belief that the only way to salvation is through Christ. The narration clarifies what a nonbeliever must do to be saved and grow in faith, using pointed examples and well-placed anecdotes that will stir the salvation message for some and encourage the faith of others. Spurgeon's sermons, especially as delivered by Vance, clearly explain who God is, what He has done, and why Jesus died on the cross for the sake of salvation. G.D.W. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine
Review by / (Posted on 6/4/2007)
Yet another beautifully rendered classic read...
Yet another beautifully rendered classic read by Simon Vance. All of Grace is easily understood and powerfully argued. Spurgeon's words speak convictingly to those searching for a more thorough understanding of God's grace.
Review by / (Posted on 4/21/2007)
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