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01-Introduction

I admit it. In this book, I have been highly-selective, biased.
But I am not in any way trying to pull the wool over
anybody’s eyes. Let me make it very clear right from the
start: I am not – repeat, not – trying to make out that Charles
Haddon Spurgeon was a proto new-covenant theologian. Not
at all. Most definitely, he was not. On the questions of the
old and new covenants, the law and the believer, Spurgeon
was inconsistent, even self-contradictory. At times, when he
was addressing these issues, he could say some very fine
things, scriptural things. But he could also speak in a way
that any covenant theologian would. 1 Even in the same
sermon. 2 He was, I say, inconsistent.

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