After persuading his listeners of their sinfulness during most of the selection from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, how does Edwards's attitude change at the end of the sermon?
A. He becomes angrier.
B. He becomes hopeful.
C. He becomes sorrowful.
D. He becomes humorous.
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The answer is; He becomes hopeful.
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