Preacher in the hands of an angry church: the fall of Jonathan Edwards

Minister. Thinker. Revivalist. America’s greatest theologian. “Homeboy” to today’s Young Reformed. Hero. Icon.

Failed pastor.

Why exactly was Jonathan Edwards, godfather of American evangelicalism, ejected from his own congregation–the church he had served faithfully for over twenty years? And what happened next? How did he respond? I explored these questions in an article for Leadership Journal:

via Preacher in the hands of an angry church: the fall of Jonathan Edwards « Grateful to the dead.

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4 Replies to “Preacher in the hands of an angry church: the fall of Jonathan Edwards”

    1. I agree. No attention was given to his position contributions.

      I wonder what they would say about a murderer who everyone hated and was regularly thrown out of the towns he was staying at?

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