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Thoughts on the New England Revival: Vindicating the Great Awakening Hardcover – January 1, 2005


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Jonathan Edwards was born a little over seventy years after the first Puritan settlement of New England. Edwards was already religious but despite 'repeated resolutions' it was not a religion that had changed his heart or humbled his natural pride. But now, he says, 'I was brought to that new sense of things', to an 'inward, sweet delight in God and divine things . . . quite different from any thing I ever experienced before.'

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