by Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758)
Scripture says that sinners need to be "saved from the wrath to come." Modern evangelism seems to believe that a lack of love is the sinner's problem. Jonathan Edwards was an evangelist; therefore he warned sinners about hell.
The Wrath of Almighty God, by Jonathan Edwards, offers 11 sermons and treatises from Edwards writings on the Biblical subject of hell and Gods impending judgment. These are by no means all the sermons or treatises Jonathan Edwards preached or wrote on the subjects of hell and the judgment of God against impenitent sinners. Most of his sermons on these ominous topics remain unpublished.
However, the sermons contained in this book are a good summary of the essential Edwards message on the subjects. These sermons are collected from the "Hickman Edition," which the late Edwardsian scholar, Dr. John H. Gerstner, called the best value in Christian literature available today, no matter what the cost! This version has been taken the material that deals specifically with the doctrine of hell and final judgment and retypeset it with a minimal number of corrections to modernize punctuation and to clarify some of the archaic terminology. It serves as a systematic theology on the wrath of God, and is a helpful work for students, pastors, and laymen.
Edwards himself believed that the message of hell was essential to biblical evangelism. May God use this republished book to bring sinners to salvation and glory to Himself.
About the author: Jonathan Edwards was born in 1703. He pastored the church at Northampton, Massachusetts before being removed by the congregation. He also was pastor to an American Indian congregation at Stockbridge where he did most of his writing. Edwards accepted the presidency of the College of New Jersey (now known as Princeton University), but died from a smallpox vaccination only a week after taking office.
Hardback; 390 pages
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