Which statement best describes Edwards’s views in “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”? People who accepted Puritanism would be spared. People who were “born again” in Christ would be spared. People who attended church regularly would be spared. People who were part of Edwards’s congregation would be spared
The statement that "best describes Edwards’s views" in 'Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God' is 'People who were "born again" in Christ would be spared'.
- Jonathan Edward’s lecture depicts God as a furious and supreme one yet he is a loving and infinite.
- God is omnipotent as he controls and he has the power of controlling the entire universe.
- He also tells that people who were born again in Christ would be safe and out of danger forever.