Spurgeon's College

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Spurgeon's College is a theological institute in London. It was started by Charles Spurgeon, known as "the Prince of Preachers." It was first named The Pastors' College when it opened in 1857. When it moved to its present building in 1923, it was renamed in honour of its starter Charles Spurgeon.

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