Jonathan Edwards Quote

But yet it is evident that religion consists so much in affection, as that without holy affection there is no true religion; and no light in the understanding is good which does not produce holy affection in the heart: no habit or principle in the heart is good which has no such exercise; and no external fruit is good which does not proceed from such exercises.


A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections: In Three Parts... (ed. 1821)

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But yet it is evident that religion consists so much in affection, as that without holy affection there is no true religion; and no light in the...

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But yet it is evident that religion consists so much in affection, as that without holy affection there is no true religion; and no light in the...

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But yet it is evident that religion consists so much in affection, as that without holy affection there is no true religion; and no light in the...

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But yet it is evident that religion consists so much in affection, as that without holy affection there is no true religion; and no light in the...