Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God - eBook
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Publication Date: 1997
Born in East Windsor, Connecticut, in 1703, Edwards was the only son of the Reverend Timothy Edwards and Esther Stoddard Edwards. He was a dedicated student and scholar from his early youth, well before he entered Yale University at the age of thirteen. Despite his scholarly bent, however, he was also philosophical, and he had an appetite for the divine. In 1729, after earning a Master of Divinity from Yale, Edwards succeeded his grandfather, the famed Solomon Stoddard, as full pastor of the First Church of Northampton, Massachusetts. In the twenty-four years that he lived in Northampton, Edwards was deeply concerned with the nature of true religion. Edwards was keenly aware of the fact that true religion had to be lived out, and he set forth to transform his congregation, as well as congregations throughout New England, from believers who only understood Christian doctrine to converted Christians who were truly moved by their beliefs.
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curtis5 Stars Out Of 5Absolutely amazingMay 27, 2016curtisQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The most important sermon preached in the last 2000 years....and I dont say that lightly. Everyone alive today should read this book/sermon.
Sarah Brown5 Stars Out Of 5April 1, 2010Sarah BrownFinally someone not afraid to preach the Word of God! Not consumed with entertaining the un-churched but speaking directly to the heart of the sinner.
Bryce Lechelt5 Stars Out Of 5January 8, 2010Bryce LecheltThis topic is hardly thought of very often by todays North American church, and we as christians often miss the pure gravity of sin. People may criticize Edwards as they like. but they should hardly critique if they have not studied the man. What Edwards has said here is biblical, and he is right. Objections made will most likely lead from an unbalanced view of Gods whole character from the reader. It's a good contemplative read and well worth the few dollars to spend.
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