2 October, 2013
You remember learning something about Jonathan Edwards when you were in school. You think he had something to do with the Great Awakening and colonial America, but you’re not sure precisely what, and you’re not even sure what happened with that awakening.
Thankfully for you, there’s a short biography (176 pages in print) that’s a compelling narrative of Edwards’ life written by an expert for a wide audience. That expert is the eminent evangelical historian George Marsden, Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame and widely acclaimed for his work on Edwards and American religious history. By listening to this book, you would experience a world-class introduction to the life and thought of Edwards that you can understand and greatly benefit from.
Until the end of this month, you can get a FREE audio copy (.mp3, .m4b) of this book from Christianaudio.com. Every month they give away a free audiobook and this is the one for the month of October. Over the past couple of years, I have been able to get books by John Piper, Jerry Bridges, Mark Driscoll, R.C. Sproul, Matt Chandler, and many others, all for free in audio format.
New this month, you no longer need an account with Christianaudio.com. You simply need to give your email address, and then you have access to the files. As before, they do not require billing information for free products.
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