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Puritan rhetoric: the issue of emotion in religion, by Eugene E. White. Foreword by David Potter.


Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press [1972] .
ISBN 0809305631

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Subjects Enthusiasm -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Puritans.
Series Landmarks in rhetoric and public address.
Description xiv, 215 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-215).
Contents Part One: The developing exigence -- The inheritance -- Transition and culmination -- The Great Awakening -- Part Two: Readings -- The future punishment of the wicked unavoidable and intolerable / Jonathan Edwards -- Distinguishing marks / Jonathan Edwards -- Enthusiasm described and caution'd against / Charles Chauncy -- Concerning the nature of the affections, and their importance in religion / Jonathan Edwards -- Natural religion / Ebenezer Gay -- Part Three: Inquiry -- Strategies of argument -- Strategies of style and composition -- Strategies of disposition.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)410446
(OCoLC)ocm00410446
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WorldCat Identities White, Eugene Edmond, 1919-
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