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Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) began his education at Yale College when he was thirteen years old. He served as pastor of the Congregational Church in Northampton, Massachusetts for over twenty years. His published sermons were widely circulated in America and England. He also served as a missionary to native Americans, and he was called to be president of the College of New Jersey (Princeton) just prior to his untimely death.Review:
'For Edwards, the greatness of the gospel is visible only when viewed against the backdrop of the greatness of the ruin into which the fall has plunged us. The greatness of the disease requires the greatness of the remedy.' --R.C. Sproul
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