July 8: One of History’s Most Effective — and Terrifying — Sermons.

  In the early 1740s, New England was in the midst of a sweeping religious revival now known as the Great Awakening. Charismatic evangelical ministers traveled from town to town on a mission to invigorate congregations with a renewed sense of Christian piety based on fear of damnation. They were inspired by the internationally famous…

July 8: One of History’s Most Powerful – and Terrifying – Sermons.

  In the early 1740s, New England was in the midst of a sweeping religious revival now known to history as the Great Awakening. Charismatic ministers – inspired by the internationally-famous George Whitfield, who toured New England in 1740  – traveled from town to town on a mission to invigorate congregations with a renewed sense…

July 8: Jonathan Edwards’ “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”

  During the 1730s and 1740s, New England was in the midst of a sweeping religious revival now known to history as the Great Awakening.  During this period, charismatic ministers like the internationally-famous George Whitfield traveled from town to town on a mission to invigorate congregations with a renewed sense of Christian piety and devotion,…