The Great Awakening: The Revival Movement

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The revival movement caused many people to greatly intensify their religious seriousness with Edward 's area and throughout New England. His sermons were intended as a wake-up call for the ones who did not have any faith in a higher power. Edwards strongly believed that only a very genuine conversion experience should let a person get a church membership. Years back at the height of the Great Awakening, he delivered a long revival sermon in Enfield that became the most famous of its time and kind. He followed the traditional, basic three-part sermon structure. Many of his points are for the most part all alike, but in every-single-one of them they persuade the listeners that God’s power is terrifying and that his wrath burns hot against bad

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