By: Shelbie Bell
Impact (Great Awakening)
He was a big Face in the Great Awakening here in America . He shunned shouting and theatrical antics, he believed that it took away from god that the lords word was soothing and calm, so he spoke in a one toned voice he would never raise his voice.Nothing in his Style or presentation could account for what happened that day or past days he wanted his congregation to focus on the lord and how you should interpret his words, and how we need to live are life by the bible
Long Term affects of Jonathan Edwards
Latter in life
Edwards wanted to witness one thing but never got the chance to see revival among the native Americans. People knew his as a hopeful man he would spend hours in his study working on learning to speak some native languages. But his by far greatest literary achievement was for a novel called Freedom of Will (1754) He believed that a man had a choice weather or not he wanted to fallow God. He rejected materialism and British philosophers.