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1 Edwards, Jonathan (Abridged By Stewart, James A.) The Narrative - Being a Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God in the Conversion of Souls in Northampton and Neighbouring Towns and Villages in New England, in a Letter to the Rev. Doctor Colman of Boston, on November 6, 1736
Grand Rapids, Michigan Kregel 1957 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket 
SIGNED BY JAMES A. STEWART to front endpaper 'With every best wish for 1958, James and John 3.30'. A near Fine unmarked copy. Abridged with preface, biographical sketch, notes and comments. Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) was born at East Windsor, Connecticut and entered Yale College at the age of 13, graduating, aged 17, at the head of his class, as valedictorian. He was tutor in Yale for two years, and in 1727 he was called to assist his grandfather at Northampton, and in the same year married Sarah Pierrepoint, daughter of one of the founders of Yale. Two years after his move he was left in sole charge of one of the largest, wealthiest and most cultured congregations in New England. After Mighty Times of Revival in Northampton, and at the Age of 47, he became a missionary to the Housatonic Indians . In 1757, through the death of his son-in-law Aaron Burr, Edwards became President of what is now called Princeton University. Although famous in the European Universities as a philosophical writer, Jonathan Edwards left a legacy of deep spiritual literature to the Church. 
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