A great companion to the print edition!
This collection of essays provides fresh contributions pertaining to the life, times, and thought of the Puritan Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758). As each writer comes from a different background and perspective—pastors, students, and professional theologians—each has something unique to say about Edwards. Some of the essays are more devotional in nature, while others are entirely technical. Yet tying all of these various perspectives together is the towering eighteenth century figure of Jonathan Edwards.
A publication of http://JESociety.org/press
Jonathan Edwards: A Biographical Sketch - J.T. Holderman
Edwards and Thoreau: Typologies of Lakes - Sarah Boss
Jonathan Edwards: Calvinistic Homeboy or Reformed Eccentric? - Matthew Everhard
Did Jonathan Edwards Help Inspire the Modern Missionary Movement? - Obbie Tyler Todd
Jonathan Edwards and the Silkworm: Preaching and Typology - Matthew Everhard
Jonathan Edwards and the Relationship between Habit and Practice in Christian Experience - David Luke
Jonathan Edwards and Ratiocination: An Eternal Journey into the Discovery of God and Truth - Toby K. Easley
Jonathan Edwards: America’s Theologian? A Latino Evaluation of Jonathan Edwards’s Harmartiology - Chris Woznicki
A Glimpse of the Brave New World of Discordant Voices into which Jonathan Edwards was Born - Jonathan S. Marko
Jonathan Edwards and Caring for the Book of Nature - Robert Boss
Jonathan Edwards through the Eyes of His Children - Zachary Hopkins
Print version available at https://www.amazon.com/Collection-Essays-Jonathan-Edwards/dp/0692815074/
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