AfterThought Podcast: Episode 8 – Interview with Ray Rhodes Author of Susie

Hello, dear ones, I hope this post has found you all doing exceptionally well! Today, on AfterThought, I dropped the interview I did with pastor and author Ray Rhodes. Ray wrote the biography of Susannah Spurgeon, the great Prince of Preachers wife. The book is titled Susie: The Life and Legacy of Susannah Spurgeon, and I reviewed it here.

What a blessing it was to talk with the author of one of my favorite books. I want to thank Ray for joining me on the program, and Moody publishers for working with me to get the interview scheduled. I hope you’ll all be as encouraged and edified by this conversation as I was. You can listen to the podcast on my host site Podbean, iTunes, Google Play, or Spotify. As always, beloved brethren, be good Berean’s and study to show yourselves approved.


Author: lnhereford

I am a Christian, wife, mother, podcaster and homeschooler currently traveling the United States with my loving husband and darling daughter!

6 thoughts on “AfterThought Podcast: Episode 8 – Interview with Ray Rhodes Author of Susie”

  1. Thanks, sister! I enjoyed this interview with Ray Rhodes regarding “Susie: The Life and Legacy of Susannah Spurgeon”! About five minutes into the interview, I realized that the Rhodes you were speaking to wasn’t the Rhodes I had in mind earlier, apologist Ron Rhodes. Whoops! I’m always interested in information about Spurgeon and Martyn-Lloyd Jones and hope to dig into more biographical info about those two down the road, Lord willing.

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    1. No kidding? Well I’ll have to go check out Rob Rhodes books as well! It’d be pretty funny if they were brothers or something. I’d really like to find a good biography on MLJ. If you know of one to recommend, brother, let me know. Thanks for listening to the podcast, and being so supportive!

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      1. I actually searched the net to see if Ray was related to Ron, but couldn’t find any connection.

        I’ve only read a short biography on MLJ at this point. I’m eventually going to read Iain Murray’s biographies of MLJ. Murray was Lloyd-Jones’ assistant for many years. I read Murray’s “Evangelicalism Divided : A Record of Crucial Change in the Years 1950 to 2000” which was mainly about MLJ’s stand against Billy Graham’s ecumenism and that was excellent.

        Below is a link to the wiki article on Murray with all of his books listed at the bottom. I know from the titles that you would appreciate many of them:

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