We would like to thank Professor Tibor Fabiny and the Jonathan Edwards Center Hungary for hosting “The Relevance of Jonathan Edwards Today.” We had a fantastic workshop with great presentations and lively round table discussions. Below are a few photos from the two-day event.
Visual Edwards video based on entries from Jonathan Edwards’ notebook Images of Divine Things and The Diary of David Brainerd
Visual Edwards video based on a passage from Jonathan Edwards’ treatise on Original Sin
JESociety Press is pleased to announce the publication of Jonathan Edwards, Beauty, and Younger Evangelicals by Dr. Adam Newcomb Boyd Description: This book is written to explore the qualities of a healthy, biblical faith. Much of Jonathan Edwards’s work on the nature and inclination of our affections is obscured by difficult language and culturally distant…
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Title: “The Relevance of Jonathan Edwards Today”
1437. “BEATIFICAL VISION” (WJE 13:126). Locations are highlighted where beatific, vision, and related terms are near each other.
Visualization 1433. “ARBITRARY DIVINE OPERATION” (WJE 13:126). Locations are highlighted where arbitrary, divine, operation and related terms are near each other.
Visualization 1432. “APOSTLES: no ENTHUSIASTS; no IMPOSTORS” (WJE 13:126). Locations are highlighted where apostles, enthusiasts, impostors, and related terms are near each other.
Visualization 1430. “ANOINTED, why JESUS is so called” (WJE 13:126) with locations highlighted where anointed, Jesus, and related terms occur in phrases or near each other.
ANGELS; ELECT, their DEPENDENCE on Christ (WJE 13:126) with bookmark data for JEViewer.
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A conference bringing together the directors of the international Edwards Center affiliates from around the world, along with prominent scholars and religious leaders, to assess the state of Edwards Studies and discern areas for future work.