Jonathan Edwards and the Stockbridge Mohican Indians: His Mission and Sermons - Paul, Roy M; Haykin, Michael A G (foreword by) - 9781989174531

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  • 214 Pages
  • Publisher: H&E Publishing
  • Publication Date: June 2020
  • ISBN: FPAUL_ROM___JONATHANEDWARDSANDTH9781989174531

Jonathan Edwards and the Stockbridge Mohican Indians: His Mission and Sermons

Paul, Roy M; Haykin, Michael A G (foreword by)

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The story of the Stockbridge Mohican Indians, unlike that portrayed in the legendary Last of the Mohicans, is a story of tragedy and deceit, and yet one of endurance and strength. This proud people, despite the many efforts to remove their identity and eradicate their unique culture, have endured and continue to flourish, ensuring future generations will benefit from their rich legacy.This book chronicles the history of the Mohican people, highlighting their desire to know more about the "Great, Good Spirit," by asking for a Christian minister to come to them. After the untimely death of their first missionary, John Sergeant, they were blessed by the ministry of Jonathan Edwards, the foremost theologian in American history. He has been described as, "an activist, preacher, contemplative, missionary, philosopher, and theologian." Not only did Edwards bring them the Word of God, he fought relentlessly for their rights. Herein lies a glimpse into the history of this noble people and Edwards' efforts for their physical and spiritual well-being.

    Roy M. Paul has a B.A. from Queen's University, Kingston; a B.Sc. (Hons.) from the University of Guelph, an M.T.S (magna cum laude) from Heritage Theological Seminary, and Th.D. from Golden State School of Theology. Retiring early, after a successful 25-year career as a product development scientist with Johnson & Johnson, Roy returned to seminary to pursue theological studies. He serves as the Executive Research Assistant at the Canadian office of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies.

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    The story of the Stockbridge Mohican Indians, unlike that portrayed in the legendary Last of the Mohicans, is a story of tragedy and deceit, and yet one of endurance and strength. This proud people, despite the many efforts to remove their identity and eradicate their unique culture, have endured and continue to flourish, ensuring future generations will benefit from their rich legacy.This book chronicles the history of the Mohican people, highlighting their desire to know more about the "Great, Good Spirit," by asking for a Christian minister to come to them. After the untimely death of their first missionary, John Sergeant, they were blessed by the ministry of Jonathan Edwards, the foremost theologian in American history. He has been described as, "an activist, preacher, contemplative, missionary, philosopher, and theologian." Not only did Edwards bring them the Word of God, he fought relentlessly for their rights. Herein lies a glimpse into the history of this noble people and Edwards' efforts for their physical and spiritual well-being.

      Roy M. Paul has a B.A. from Queen's University, Kingston; a B.Sc. (Hons.) from the University of Guelph, an M.T.S (magna cum laude) from Heritage Theological Seminary, and Th.D. from Golden State School of Theology. Retiring early, after a successful 25-year career as a product development scientist with Johnson & Johnson, Roy returned to seminary to pursue theological studies. He serves as the Executive Research Assistant at the Canadian office of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies.

      • Cover Type:
      • 214 Pages
      • Publisher: H&E Publishing
      • Publication Date: June 2020
      • ISBN: FPAUL_ROM___JONATHANEDWARDSANDTH9781989174531