Memoirs - Jonathan Edwards - ebook

Memoirs - Jonathan Edwards - ebook

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A fascinating presentation of Jonathan Edwards memoirs revealing the soul of this prince of revival theologians and practitioners.'Born in Connecticut and educated at Yale College, Jonathan Edwards joined his venerable grandfather Solomon Stoddard as associate pastor of the Congregational church at Northampton, Massachusetts in 1727. This became the scene of his greatest victory and his deepest humiliation.The parish was visited with most remarkable seasons of revival, and Edwards himself was unjustly expelled from the pastoral office.

A preacher of rare power, Edwards was the foremost American leader of the Great Awakening. A man of passion, integrity and honour, he laboured quietly among the Indians following his removal from Northampton.

A giant of intellect and a theologian of great precision, Edwards was called to the Presidency of Princeton, but sudden death claimed him soon thereafter.

No one before or since has written as wisely and thoroughly on the subject of revival as this saintly man.' From Richard Owen Roberts 'Bibliography of Revival Literature,' p145

These Memoirs provide us with Edwards own personal story and give us an insight into his family life as well as his amazing spiritual life and experience. He pulls no punches and hides no events, even giving an elaborate account of his unjust dismissal from the very congregation he led into revival some years before. An excellent work, essential for a true understanding of the outstanding servant of God.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination, 186pp 

Book Title Memoirs - Jonathan Edwards - ebook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
A fascinating presentation of Jonathan Edwards memoirs revealing the soul of this prince of revival theologians and practitioners.'Born in Connecticut and educated at Yale College, Jonathan Edwards joined his venerable grandfather Solomon Stoddard as associate pastor of the Congregational church at Northampton, Massachusetts in 1727. This became the scene of his greatest victory and his deepest humiliation.The parish was visited with most remarkable seasons of revival, and Edwards himself was unjustly expelled from the pastoral office.

A preacher of rare power, Edwards was the foremost American leader of the Great Awakening. A man of passion, integrity and honour, he laboured quietly among the Indians following his removal from Northampton.

A giant of intellect and a theologian of great precision, Edwards was called to the Presidency of Princeton, but sudden death claimed him soon thereafter.

No one before or since has written as wisely and thoroughly on the subject of revival as this saintly man.' From Richard Owen Roberts 'Bibliography of Revival Literature,' p145

These Memoirs provide us with Edwards own personal story and give us an insight into his family life as well as his amazing spiritual life and experience. He pulls no punches and hides no events, even giving an elaborate account of his unjust dismissal from the very congregation he led into revival some years before. An excellent work, essential for a true understanding of the outstanding servant of God.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination, 186pp 

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