Edited by Robert L. Boss and Sarah B. Boss, Foreword by Kenneth P. Minkema
The “other” Jonathan Edwards has never received the attention his work as New Haven pastor, dedicated theologian, and interpreter of his famous father’s legacy deserves…this carefully researched book goes a long way to redress that undeserved neglect. —Mark Noll
…this book makes a fresh contribution by insightfully amalgamating these two dimensions—analyzing Edwards as a theologian of world mission. Adam Cavalier’s innovative missional emphasis on familiar treatises such as, The End for Which God Created the World, Original Sin, Freedom of the Will, An Humble Attempt, and Religious Affections makes not only for a fascinating read but an inspiring one as well.
Visual Edwards software can now compare the 26 volume Yale edition of The Works of Jonathan Edwards with the 37 volumes of Ante-Nicene and Post-Nicene Early Church Fathers. Create one search profile for all corpora and then visualize. Quickly generate volume/page references. Zoom, markup, annotate, animate, and more.
I am happy to announce that the Visual Edwards Library has now grown to over 450 visualizations. The base set of 456 visualizations parallels Edwards’ Table to the “Miscellanies.” Key terms from each table entry were used to create visualizations spanning all 26 volumes of the Yale letterpress edition of The Works of Jonathan Edwards.
This is an excellent volume issuing from the inaugural conference of the Jonathan Edwards Center at Gateway Seminary. Big thanks to Chris Chun and Kyle Strobel for their oversight and editorial efforts!
The Visual Edwards Library is an online resource with a growing number of visualizations created with Visual Edwards software. Users of the Windows software have the option of instantly publishing their maps of The Works of Jonathan Edwards, vols. 1-26 in the online Library.
Students and scholars are now invited to contribute essays for publication in The Miscellanies Companion, Volume 2, Foreword by Kenneth P. Minkema, Executive Director of the Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale University.
Announcing the launch of Bright Shadows: Interactive Video Series, part of the Visual Edwards project. The interactive video series builds upon the book Bright Shadows of Divine Things: The Devotional World of Jonathan Edwards.
The Global Jonathan Edwards 2020 Congress seeks to create academic space for a multidisciplinary discussion that retrieves and leverages the robust nature of Edwards’s insights into a religious experience that is both rational and spiritual for the benefit of the humanities, church, and society.
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…
New features coming soon, including easy data exchange between users.
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.
JESociety Press is pleased to announce the publication of The Miscellanies Companion, Edited by Robert L. Boss and Sarah B. Boss, Foreword by Douglas A. Sweeney
Big thanks to all contributors who participated in “The Miscellanies Project” and their contributions to The Miscellanies Companion! Publication is scheduled for early 2019.