Excerpt from The Presbyterian Quarterly, Vol. 17: January, 1904
Moreover, While Edwards commands our admiration on many grounds, yet his chief title to our esteem is the almost unparalleled excellence of his Christian character. His life was radiant with the beauty Of Christ, sweet and fragrant with all the tender and Winsome graces of the Holy Spirit. To pass his life in review, and reﬂect on those qualities that marked him as the eminent Christian, must be a wholesome spiritual exercise.
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