Doctrine[ edit ] Edwards, Rev. God may cast wicked men into hell at any given moment.
Not of much use to society, really. Yet one night when I was walking back home down Boulevard de Clichy, en route to Rue des Martyrs, I was accosted by a young woman who put her arm through mine and asked if I was a doctor.
She was tall, and not especially pretty. Was slightly dark-skinned, clearly of North African extraction, and not too made-up. She was well enough dressed. Come home with me.
We came to a street called Rue Darcet, just after Place de Clichy, where we went upstairs to a squalid little apartment. It was hardly an apartment, more a bedsit.
I was surprised, however, to see three reproductions of what seemed to be portraits of eminent doctors hanging on her wall. She opened a bottle of quite a decent burgundy, and offered me a cigar, which I declined.
|Reader Interactions||Suggestion by old school — spuds to you he is a fake. You know that already, but fear gets in the way of seeing life for what it really is.|
|Hell – Dr. John Gerstner on Edwards’ View of Hell | A Puritan's Mind||Edwards spends quite a bit of time developing the idea that man is so far beneath God that he is almost insignificant in comparison.|
Undeterred, she lit one for herself and helped me with the wine. You had no grey in your beard then. I remember you well, coming out of serious operations, flushed with having handed that great surgeon his instruments — I forget his name.
There was a man who loved to cut, snip and trim. You were in awe of his ability to do amazing things in such a short amount of time. Admit it, my sweet. You are a doctor. She took a bundle of papers from a cupboard, photocopies of old headshots of famous surgeons that we all might have heard of.
She pointed to one and asked me if I recognised him. And this fellow is another surgeon who called your acquaintance a monster who wears his black soul on his face.
Because they disagreed on a diagnosis, and the patient died. It was the time of the rioting. I saw him once when he gave a talk at the Sorbonne. They all showed young doctors working as interns but none of them looked remotely like me. But others are kinder.
I gathered from a couple of his colleagues that he was broke, so I invited him to come and see me as often as he liked, and ask for whatever he wanted.
I conveyed this to him indirectly. I have a fantasy, you see.
I made my excuses about the hour being late, and got up to go. I thanked her for the wine and the conversation, and made my way down to the street.Jonathan Edwards, in his sermon "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," presents God as loving but wrathful, omnipotent and infinite.
Edwards spends quite a bit of time developing the idea that. Edwards Is “a great furnace of wrath, a wide and bottomless pit, full of the fire of wrath.
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