Ernest F. Kevan (1903-1965) was a well-known Bible teacher in the period between the two World Wars and until his death. He was a Baptist minister for 22 years before becoming the first Principal of the London Bible College in 1946.
The Lord's Supper was first published in 1966, based on addresses given in February 1960, at Coonoor, South India, to the Conference of Missionaries and Pastors of the Strict Baptist Mission. The book has been out of print for many years and appears here in. a simplified and modernised edition.
Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) was the most well known evangelical preacher of his generation and his many sermons and other writings continue to be popular and immensely useful. He is particularly remembered as the pastor of New Park Street Chapel (later, the Metropolitan Tabernacle) in Southwark, London. The Communion addresses published here in abridged form were originally given to believers in Mentone, in the south of France, where Spurgeon went for rest and recuperation in the later years of his life.