The Sermons of Jonathan Edwards
Jonathan Edwards - Biography of The Great Christian …
In spite of his dispassionate style, Edwards insisted that true religion is rooted in the affections, not in reason. He defended the emotional outbursts of the Great Awakening, especially in (1746), a masterpiece of psychological and spiritual discernment, and in (in which he included an account of his wife's spiritual awakening).
Jonathan Edwards | Christian History
During the Great Awakening, Edwards contributed perhaps the most famous sermon in American history, "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God." Unfortunately it has since cast Edwards as an emotional and judgmental revivalist, when in fact he preached it as dispassionately as any of his sermons.