Charles Chauncy was a powerful and influential figure in his own time, but in historical accounts he has always been overshadowed by his contemporaries Benjamin Franklin and Jonathan Edwards. When he is remembered today, it is usually as Edwards's chief a.
Intro CONTENTS PREFACE INTRODUCTION PROLOGUE CHAPTER ONE: A BOSTON LAD CHAPTER TWO: THE YOUNG HARVARD SCHOLAR CHAPTER THREE: A "GODLY, FAITHFUL MAN CHAPTER FOUR: AFTER THE SURPRISING CONVERSIONS CHAPTER FIVE: THE OUTPOURING OF THE HOLY GHOST CHAPTER SIX: WORDS IN SEASON CHAPTER SEVEN: AFTER THE GREAT AWAKENING CHAPTER EIGHT: A BODY OF DIVINITY CHAPTER NINE: LIBERTY, CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS CHAPTER TEN: DIVINITY, ZEAL, RANCOR, AND REVENGE CHAPTER ELEVEN: EXILE AND RETURN CHAPTER TWELVE: PUDDING AND PIES ABBREVIATIONS NOTES THE WORKS OF CHARLES CHAUNCY INDEX A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z.
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