Countless pastors, theologians, and philosophers count Jonathan Edwards as their most significant influence. His work spans the breadth of human knowledge and inquiry, delving into everything from theology and ministry to science and philosophy. To understand the trajectory of American religious thought, the rise of evangelicalism, and the impact of the Puritan heritage, this much is certain: you must read Edwards.
The Yale University Press edition of The Works of Jonathan Edwards, Yale Edition (26 vols.) is the authoritative collection of the great theologian’s published and better-known works. This collection from Yale brings you even more works of Jonathan Edwards, gathering more than 7,000 pages of rare notes, drafts, and discourses; hundreds of sermons; and the kind of Edwards ephemera that provides insight into his life and teachings. Please note: this product will download as two resources.
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Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) was a theologian, preacher, missionary, writer, and philosopher who has made an incalculable impact on theology, politics, philosophy, the church, and American culture in general. One of the first graduates of Yale college, Edwards went on to write and preach in the Calvinist and Puritan tradition that was his heritage. His church in Northampton, Massachusetts was the epicenter of the Great Awakening, a religious revival that shaped the American religious landscape for years to come. A prolific preacher and writer, Edwards is the author of some of the most important theological works ever penned, including A Treatise concerning Religious Affections and The End for Which God Made the World. The Works of Jonathan Edwards, Yale Edition (26 vols.) is the definitive edition of his many books, treatises, sermons, and notes.