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A Treatise on Grace epub ebook

by Jonathan Edwards,Mr. Gabriel Travesser

A Treatise on Grace epub ebook

Author: Jonathan Edwards,Mr. Gabriel Travesser
Category: Religious Studies
Language: English
Publisher: christianaudio; Unabridged edition (December 1, 2011)
ISBN: 1610453190
ISBN13: 978-1610453196
Rating: 4.1
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Written by Jonathan Edwards. Narrated by Gabriel Travesser

Written by Jonathan Edwards. Narrated by Gabriel Travesser. A controversial theologian and the author of the famous sermon Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, he ignited the momentous Great Awakening of the eighteenth century. Read on the Scribd mobile app.

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Written by Jonathan Edwards, Audiobook narrated by Gabriel Travesser. What are the signs of a true revival? How is the heart changed? Edwards used his pulpit and his leadership of the Great Awakening to pen one of the most challenging and inquisitive books written. Quality Material Read Quickly.

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Results will appear here as you type. Having graduated from Yale at seventeen, Jonathan Edwards is ranked among America's most preeminent ans. Read this book online. Both in academic and pastoral settings, Edwards was particularly famous for his staunchly Calvinist ideas. In his Treatise on Grace (as well as in other well-known works, such as his Freedom of the Will treatise), Edwards defends Calvinist teachings on grace, predestination, sanctification, and divine providence. The theologian meant this essay to serve as an educational tool.

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Edwards gives his usual thorough treatment as he examines the difference between common grace and saving grace, demonstrates the nature and qualities of saving grace, and emphasizes how the principle of grace is from the Spirit of God. Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) is a towering figure in American history. A controversial theologian and the author of the famous sermon Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, he ignited the momentous Great Awakening of the eighteenth century.

Reviews (2)
Ishnjurus
Any discourse coming from the pen of Jonathan Edwards requires prayerful and careful examination of the text. This current entry is no exception to that rule.

In chapter one Edwards notes that that special or saving grace found in the godly man is different in degree, nature, and kind from that common grace found in the natural man. Edwards proceeds to establish eight manifestations to prove his premise, and concludes the chapter with two supporting inferences. Edwards concludes chapter one: "Therefore it follows that saving grace in the heart, can't be produced in man by mere exercise of what perfections he has in him already, though never so much assisted by moral suasion, and never so much assisted in the exercise of his natural principles, unless there be something more that all this, viz., an immediate infusion or operation of the Divine Being upon the soul. Grace must be the immediate work of God, and properly a production of His almighty power on the soul."

In chapter two Edwards notes that Scripture speaks of "some one holy principle in the heart that is the essence and sum of all grace, the root and source of all holy acts of every kind, and the fountain of every good stream, into which all Christian virtues may ultimately be resolved, and in which all duty and [all] holiness is fulfilled." He notes that love is the very essence of Christianity and "the very thing wherein a gracious sincerity consists...The very quintessence of all Religion, the very thing wherein lies summarily the sincerity, spirituality, and divinity of Religion. And that, the Apostle teaches us, is LOVE."

In chapter three Edwards shows how the principle of grace is from the Holy Spirit. Quoting Edwards, "And herein lies the mystery of the vital union that is between Christ and the soul of a believer, which orthodox divines speak so much of, Christ's love--that is, His Spirit is actually united to the faculties of their souls."

uspeh
The formatting on this edition is terrible. As an example: You have 3 words of a sentence on one line, followed by 5 words on the next line, followed by 2 words on the next line. And none of the lines reached the end of their line. All of this in each sentence! Don' t buy this book. For $1.99 on Google books you can get a delightful copy of this book.

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