Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892) was a British Baptist preacher and author who is known as the "Prince of Preachers." He began preaching at the age of 19 and quickly gained a large following in London, where he preached at the Metropolitan Tabernacle for 38 years. He was a prolific author and his sermons were widely published. He also founded the Spurgeon's College, a theological college for pastors. He was a strong advocate for the Calvinist theology and his sermons often emphasized the importance of faith in salvation.
Charles had a significant impact on the Christian community in America, particularly among Baptists and other Calvinist denominations. He had a large following in America and many of his sermons and books were widely distributed and read there. He corresponded with and influenced many American pastors and preachers, including D.L. Moody and R.A. Torrey. He also made several preaching tours in the United States and Canada.
He died at the age of 57, but his legacy continues through his sermons and writings, which are still widely read today.