“Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,” is perhaps Edwards’ most famous sermon; it was delivered on a visit to the congregation at Enfield, Connecticut, in 1741. His sermons are often noted for their fire-and-brimstone imagery. This one is no exception. Edwards’ purpose in this sermon was to awaken and persuade the “natural men” in the congregation to accept Christ as their savior or convert them to Christianity. What language does Edwards employ to achieve his purpose? Give five examples of language/ fire and brim stone and analyze what he is saying. Analyze why he is saying it this way. Debate with your peers on the blog.