1797 Jonathan Edwards &c. Sermons on Important Subjects by Colonial Puritans

1797 Jonathan Edwards &c. Sermons on Important Subjects by Colonial Puritans

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A very scarce volume of essential American colonial theology by Jonathan Edwards, Asahel Hooker, Peter Starr, etc., representing the last of the American puritans; highly evangelical and obviously influenced by the Evangelicalism of the Great Awakening. 

Subjects include: The Wickedness of Manking, Endless Torment, The Divine Sincerity, Obedience, The Continuity of the Historic Church of Christ, The Religious Sentiments of Jesus, Absolute Dependence on God, The Sovereignty of God, The Necessity of the Atonement, etc.  

Mills, Samuel John [ed]. Sermons on Important Subjects: Collected From a Number of Ministers, in Some of the Northern States of America. Hartford: Printed Hudson and Goodwin. 1797. 516pp.

Original plan calf, thick 8vo with some rubbing. A few pages forward in the binding, but solid and clean on the whole. Early inscriptions from the Tucker family dating to 1797.