Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God is Jonathan Edwards’ most famous–and compelling sermon. Preached during the Great Awakening, it warned sinners of the danger they are in without faith in Christ. The attributes of God–His holiness, justice, and power–are marshalled against men who thought outward morality and church attendance were enough to secure their souls on the day of death.
Translated by Grace to Russia and printed by Chapel Library in 1994
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