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So merciful and so full of pity is God, that when miserable man, whom He had no need of, who did Him no good, nor could be of any advantage to Him, had made himself miserable by his rebellion against God, He took such pity on him that He sent His only Son to undergo his torment for him, that he might be delivered and set free. And now He offers freely, to bestow upon those rebels, complete and perfect happiness to all eternity upon this, His Son’s account. There never was such an instance of goodness, mercy, pity, and compassion since the world began…

Jonathan Edwards, Works 10,424, zitiert in: Owen Strachan. Douglas Sweeney. Jonathan Edwards on Beauty. Moody Publishers: Chicago 2010.

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