If Spurgeon was alive today and preached in your town, would you join his church if you were looking for a new Church? Spurgeon was a Calvinist, Evangelist, thought darbyism was a cult, smoked cigars, drank wine, condemned the infancy of modernism/liberalism/the downgrade, supported men only in the pastorate, believed in innerancy, condemned their theater system, and was for Elders. But is considered the "Prince of Preachers" and one of the greatest Baptists in history. He preached to more people than anyone since probably the Apostle Paul. He was a prayer warrior, solid in doctrine, and uncompromising on important issues. Would you join his church? Would you condemn him for some of his beliefs?