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Jonathan Edwards’s classic 1746 study Religious Affections—abridged and updated—describes the signs, true and false, of conversion, highlighting the role of truly balanced emotions in Christian living. Edwards shows that the evidence of true conversion are the “religious affections”—the fruit of the Spirit as described in Galatians 5.
--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
I loved this book as it cleanly laid out how humans relate to God both as a Christian or as a non-Christian. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Grant Baker
The Introduction by Alexander Smellie (1898) endues us with anticipation. This is Edwards’ discriminate examination of personal religion in Revival, the fruit of his reflections... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gaboora
Overview: The Religious Affections is for very good reason considered one of the most important works of Jonathan Edwards in particular and one of the most excellent and helpful... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Matthew Everhard
Love this book, it is a bit hard for me to read as the print is small and closely spaced but worth it. I would recommend it to all.Published 10 months ago by J from so cal.
The man can match Faulkner for page-long sentences. Try to read the original version. It's tough to get through, but it's worth it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Kevin Allen Cox
The letter is very small to read.
Not so good printing.
But the content is very important work of Jonathan Edwards.