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.
ANGELS; ELECT, their DEPENDENCE on Christ (WJE 13:126) with bookmark data for JEViewer.
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.
Book arriving late 2018!
A visualization of “Adoption” “Justification” & related words in the “Miscellanies” of Jonathan Edwards, WJE 13, 18, 20, 23.
A visualization of “Talk” and “Experience” in the Works of Jonathan Edwards vols 1–26.
This animation is a simple and brief demonstration of the Visual Jonathan Edwards. Much more complicated analyses are possible. Below is a visualization of Works, Justification and Righteousness as they occur together in the Works of Jonathan Edwards, Yale edition vols 1-26.
Visualized below are the occurrences of and connections between Prayer and Providence in Edwards’ “Miscellanies,” nos. a-1360.
The Works of Jonathan Edwards have been rightly hailed as a singular monument to America’s Theologian — “no comparable digital resource for an American religious figure exists.” But what remains to be done with this mountain of text? Mine it and discover the veins of its precious metals! This is a task for deep visualization….
The visualization below is a comparative analysis of Imputation and Sin in Edwards’ treatise on Original Sin and his “Miscellanies,” nos. a-1360.
The visualization below is of “Miscellanies,” a. OF HOLINESS with keywords and their relationships to other occurences in the “Miscellanies.”