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Jonathan Edwards wrote hundreds of sermons in his lifetime, but he is remembered best for his sermon Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God. This website makes available several sermons by Edwards, including Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God and The Peace Which Christ Gives His True Followers. Reading the two side-by-side will give you a better understanding of Edwards's work than reading just the more famous sermon.
Read the sermons by searching for their titles to the left, or by browsing to them in the sermon collection. As you read them, try to answer the following questions for yourself.
How do the titles of these sermons signal their messages?
How are the sermons different in the way they affect the listener?
What do the sermons share in their teaching about conversion?
How do the sermons explain different parts of the Christian experience?
What are the theological and pastoral reasons that Edwards would preach two very different sermons?
How much more effective would these sermons be if they were preached out loud, rather than read?