John Ploughman's Talks

Charles Spurgeon

Whitaker House (publisher)

In "John Ploughman's Talks," Spurgeon assumes the persona of a simple ploughman to dispense advice and address serious moral issues in the language of the common man. In the tradition of John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress," Spurgeon's tale is destined to be enjoyed for generations by people of all ages and backgrounds.

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