B) have not been touched by the spirit of God.
Explanation: in the given excerpt from "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" we can see the description of how the "natural" men are being punished by God in hell. From the information in the text, we can see that natural men are men that do not have God with them, and according to the text, they are the same as all sinners and deserve an equal punishment in hell, so the correct answer is option B.
Offenders or Sinners.
Explanation: Those that has gone against God and his desire.
The answer is: have not been touched by the spirit of God.
"Natural", used in the context of this paragraph, means ordinary people who are not saved, it means they are sinful and evil people because in a persons "natural" state they are sinners.
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I don't know if there is supposed to be any options for this question, but I think I can answer anyways. In this excerpt, the word natural is used to describe people who has not been touched by the grace of God.
According to this excerpt, people who live outside the grace of God are natural. They didn't follow God's will and are "held" in his hand "over the pit of hell, they have deserved the fiery pit, and are already sentenced to it;" These people provoke God, they live without His presence in their lives.
In this excerpt, "natural" is used to describe people who have not been touched by the spirit of God.
Jonathan Edwards refers in this paragraph from 'Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God' to the people who are deserving of Hell as they never did anything to pacify or conciliate with God and remained unrepentant.
The correct answer is B.
In this excerpt from "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God", the term "narutal" is used to describe men who have not been touched by the spirit of God.
According to the Bible, a natural man "does not have the Holy Spirit of God in him and lives his life driven by three human motivators: the lust of the flesh, lust of the eyes, and pride. He considers Spiritually Godly things to be foolishness and rejects God and His Word, which results in his destruction and rejection by God from having eternal life with God."
According to the text, since natural man do not have God with them, they are the same as all sinners and deserve an equal punishment in hell.
The correct answer option is: 'have not been touched by the spirit of God'.
The excerpt talks about how everyone as they are born are in their natural state and have not been touched by the spirit of God.
The sinners are addressed here who did nothing good to please their God so now their fate has been decided and nothing can be undone. Moreover, such people must spiritually reborn or else God is not going to take any pity or show mercy on them.