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.
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…
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.
JESociety Press is pleased to announce the publication of A Theology of Joy: Jonathan Edwards and Eternal Happiness in the Holy Trinity by Dr. Matthew V. Everhard
Volume 1 in A Series of Treatises on Jonathan Edwards JESociety Press is pleased to announce A Series of Treatises on Jonathan Edwards, an all new series given exclusively to the select publication of cutting-edge research related to America’s greatest theologian. The series provides authors with a venue for publishing original, concise, authoritative and peer-reviewed manuscripts….
A Unique Contribution There is a history of efforts to map the relationships among Edwards’ notebooks and sermons. Wilson Kimnach provides a wonderful diagram of dependencies in volume 10 of the WJE. “The Miscellanies Project” of the JESociety is a contribution to this effort. This project will enable scholars to conduct deep, comparative visual analyses…
Bright Shadows of Divine Things: The Devotional World of Jonathan Edwards intends to foster a devotional frame of mind—attentiveness and contemplation in our everyday lives, on every occasion. There are manifold reminders of God’s presence around us if we would only take time to ponder them …
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….
Drawing on the resources of Scripture, Church history, Jonathan Edwards’ writings, and other creative Evangelical theologians, God-Haunted World is a visual exploration of the nexus between Scripture and Nature in the theology of Edwards. Methods of data visualization and associative thinking have been used to illustrate the vast network of Edwards’ emblematic thought. Robert L….