Spurgeon's College is a Christian theological college in South Norwood Hill, Croydon, London.
It was founded by Charles Haddon Spurgeon(Wikipedia page , known as 'the Prince of Preachers' and in his time minister of the largest church in the world, the Metropolitan Tabernacle at Elephant and Castle. Spurgeon himself only ever taught one morning per week and left the running of the College to others.
Originally named The Pastors' College when it opened in 1856, it was renamed in honour of its founder, when it moved to its present building in 1923. C.H. Spurgeon's own lectures were published in several volumes as Lectures to my Students. Spurgeon's College is in membership with the Baptist Union of Great Britain. For its 150th anniversary in 2006, the College had its history written by Dr Ian. M Randall. The resulting book is called A School of the Prophets and is available from the College.
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