Works of Jonathan Edwards, Volume Two

by Jonathan Edwards

Summary

Jonathan Edwards dedicated his time to the service of God, spending the majority of his life as a preacher, theologian, and missionary. Edwards' brilliance as a theologian and scholar is undeniable in this extensive collection of his works. This volume includes the "Life and Diary of the Rev. David Brainerd," a biography written by Edwards about his contemporary, David Brainerd, who served as a missionary to the Native Americans. This volume also contains a wide array of Edwards' professional works, ranging from theological discourses and biblical exegesis, to impassioned spiritual treatises and sermons. Throughout this volume, Edwards addresses several fundamental issues, including salvation, original sin, marriage, free will, hell, angels, and God's sovereignty. Edwards' visionary success as a pastor and his clarity as a writer shine abundantly throughout this impressive collection of his works.

Emmalon Davis
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Born: October 5, 1703
Died: March 22, 1758
Related topics: Congregational churches--Clergy, United States, Congregational churches, Criticism, interpretation, etc., Early works, …
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