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This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Jonathon Edwards' Moving Speech.
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Jonathon Edwards' Moving Speech

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of Jonathan Edward's moving and harsh speech as well as his effectiveness for his readers.
After reading Jonathan Edward's piece of literature, the reader will find themselves pondering the idea of sin and the underworld. John Edward's sermon was undoubtedly one of the greatest persuasive pieces of literature ever written. Provoking thoughts of flood gates of hate, bottomless pits of despair, and spider webs of sin, the reader (or listener) will come to find that no one is truly innocent, and that every human being should believe in a higher power. Although a mere advertisement in a magazine can not even compare to his work, there are some similarities in the way of persuasive technique and literary devices apparent. Jonathan Edwards used many ways to convince his audience that his beliefs were the only choice. After coming across a vivid abstinence advertisement, one may come to evaluate the similarities between his ways and society's beliefs. Although they are extremely diverse, both the advertisement...

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