“Miscellanies,” no. 5. HEAVEN. There is no more reason why it should be a damp to the happiness of some in heaven that others are happier, than that their happiness should be damped by barely a possibility of greater happiness, supposing them to be all equal…
Video Introduction, Part 2: A 12 minute video which introduces the software and demonstrates the process of building a visualization from an Edwards phrase.
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.
“Miscellanies,” no. a. OF HOLINESS. “Holiness is a most beautiful and lovely thing. We drink in strange notions of holiness from our childhood, as if it were a melancholy, morose, sour and unpleasant thing; but there is nothing in it but what is sweet and ravishingly lovely.”