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In “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,” Edwards establishes various conclusions and then applies those conclusions to his congregation. What strategy does Edwards use to make the application of his conclusions seem very personal and relevant to his audience? (1 point)
He uses vibrant imagery.
He discusses his own life.
He switches from a third–person point of view to a second–person point of view.
He uses one member of his congregation as an example.
Is the answer A?