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Who would have the audacity to edit “the greatest sermon ever delivered on the North American continent?” Someone whose feeble mind needs shorter sentences to follow the brilliant thought of the great theologian Jonathan Edwards. Not a paraphrase! A second sermon reveals another side of God and Edwards: The Christian Pilgrim, as heartwarming as Sinners... is terrifying.

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