Analysis Of Sinner In The Hands Of An Angry God By Jonathan Edwards

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In “Sinner in the Hands of an Angry God,” Jonathan Edwards uses emotional appeal to get to his congregation on his feelings of their sins. His sermon uses a lot of repetition and biblical logic in order to prove his beliefs and opinions of his congregation. This essay will be an analyzation of his sermon and how puritans felt about church. Edwards used his words to embed fear into his congregation 's hearts. His sermon would cause people to break down both mentally and physically. Edwards told the Puritans that they were “ten thousand times more abominable in his eyes,” (Edwards 89) referring to God seeing them as impure, dirty. This caused fear to run through the church as the Puritans faith became weak. Having been told that God is ashamed
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