Sinners In The Hands Of An Angry God Analysis

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Although Jonathan Edwards sermon Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God and his daughter Esther’s writing in her diary entry The Awful Sweetness of Walking with God display two seemingly different people we will soon see how they actually prove to be more similar than not. Jonathan Edwards was the most famous evangelist of the 18th century. Edwards was not only a great preacher, but a great father as well. His family adored him. Esther writes of her father in a diary entry and talks of his quiet nature. She describes him as “taciturn and preoccupied.” In his own sermon he seems of a more aggressive personality. At first glance it may seem he has a split personality, but as you delve deeper you learn of his true nature. When reading
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