response to Mr sullivan Thank you for that and I am really inspired to witness for Christ and to read good books that encourage me to be on fire for Jesus. Thank you for reading many of Edwards's sermons on line they have been a great encouragement to me, thank you.
from Jenison MI
Response To Jenny Thanks for you comments and I can sure understand your point about biographical details. The Sunday School more appropriately should be named the Second Great Awakening and Asahel Nettleton. As with all Sunday School biographies, 50 minute lessons don't begin to give me time to detail the life of any individual. But if I can whet someone's appetite to read more of this for themselves, my goal would be accomplished. Many in our day have never heard of the 2nd Great Awakening, let alone even have a clue who Nettleton is. They have never even heard of Timothy Dwight, Yale President, and grandson of Jonathan Edwards. I am just a mailman who reads a lot and like to point people to good books! (and biograpies!)
O.K Ok, but not enough about Nettleton himself.
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