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Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Paperback – January 1, 1992
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From the Back Cover
Heaven or Hell?
Christ has thrown the door of mercy wide open, and He stands crying out to all to accept His call. Jonathan Edwards presents a clear picture of the predicament of every sinner and lukewarm Christian. Through his words, you can discover much about what it means to follow God. He shows how you can...
* Know you have God's favor
* Avoid the tricks of the Devil
* Understand more about what sin really is
* Avoid the destruction that awaits sinners
* Realize the need for immediate action
* Be an intercessor
* Find your reward in heaven
With compelling words and imagery, Edwards describes the shaky position of those who do not follow Christ and God's urgent call to receive His love and forgiveness today.
"Whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."––John 3:16 NIV
--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
About the Author
Jonathan Edwards (17031758) served the Northampton Congregational Church in Massachusetts for twenty-three years, then missionary outpost to the Mohawk and Mohican tribes. In 1758, he became president of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University), only to die a few months later due to an adverse reaction to a vaccination.
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I can recommend the book as an historical study while holding the theology it asserts in horrified opprobrium.
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