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This recording was read from the Original handwritten
manuscript (Yale University) from Jonathan Edwards;
dated June 1741. Unlike the other copies provided
which have made corrections and added words for easy
of reading that everyone seems to hear. This reading
is read as the sermon was given....nothing taken away
and nothing added. It is amazing that everyone I
have heard recorded is Not from the original
manuscript and not exact.
This is considered to be one of the most famous
sermons in American history, "Sinners in the Hands of
an Angry God" was first delivered in Enfield,
Connecticut on July 8, 1741. This manuscript is
dated June, 1741.
Jonathan Edwards is documented as one of my great
great great...etc Uncles. Always read from as close
to the original date of printing as possible to avoid
good meaning people changing the meaning by changing
the text. That is why I went to the Original
handwritten text to see what he wrote and what words
were made out to be given more attention too when
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Thanks for adding this narration A couple of historic notes. Edwards sermons were not paraphrased, the English was corrected because he admits himself that he did not pay great attention to detail in writing. His writings were often not good examples of English composition. International Outreach Ministries and Soli Deo Gloria ministries have transcribed his sermons from the Yale Beinecke Rare Book Room, and I wish they would have corrected the manuscripts. (2) This sermon, according to Marsden - Edwards - A Life, was preached a couple of times before the famous preaching of it at Enfield, July 8 1741. On that occasion he never finished the sermon because the outcries from convictions were too loud and manifest.
JONATHAN EDWARDS was born on October 5, 1703, in East Windsor, Connecticut, into a Puritan evangelical household. His childhood education as well as his undergraduate years (1716-1720) and graduate studies (1721-1722) at Yale College immersed him not only in the most current thought...