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The Works of Jonathan Edwards, 2 Vols. (Banner of Truth) (Edwards)

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Dr. D. M. Lloyd-Jones said 'In my early days in the ministry there were no books which helped me more, both personally and in respect of my preaching, than this two-volume edition of The Works of Jonathan Edwards...I devoured these volumes and literally just read and read them. It is certainly true that they helped me more than anything else. If I had the power I would make these two volumes compulsory reading for all ministers! Edwards seems to satisfy all round; he really was an amazing man."


Table of Contents:

I Advertisement v
II Memoirs Of Jonathan Edwards Xi
III Appendix To Memoirs ccviii
IV A Careful And Strict Inquiry Into The Pre­vailing Notions Of The Freedom Of Will 3
V Dissertation On The End For Which God Created The World 94
VI A Dissertation On The Nature Of True Virtue 122
VII The Great Christian Doctrine Of Original Sin Defended 143
VIII A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections, In Three Parts 234
IX Narrative Of Surprising Conversions 344
X Thoughts On The Revival Of Religion In New England 365
XI Inquiry Concerning Qualifications For Communion 431
XII Misrepresentations Corrected And Truth Vindicated, In Reply To The Rev Solomon Williams 485
XIII A History Of The Work Of Redemption 532
XIV Five Discourses On The Soul’s Eternal Salvation 620
XV Theological Questions 690
  VOLUME 2  
I Two Sermons 2
II Five Sermons On Different Occasions 12
III Fifteen Sermons On Various Subjects 51
IV Seven Sermons On Important Subjects 104
V Miscellaneous Discourses 130
VI Distinguishing Marks Of A Work Of The Spirit Of God 257
VII An Humble Attempt To Promote Explicit Agreement 278
VIII Life And Diary Of The Rev David Brainerd 316
IX Miscellaneous Observations On Important Theological Subjects 459
X Remarks On Important Theological Controversies 511
XI Miscellaneous Observations 604
XII Types Of The Messiah 642
XIII Notes On The Bible 676
XIV Seventeen Occasional Sermons 817



Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) served the Northampton Congregational Church in Massachusetts for twenty-three years, then missionary outpost to the Mohawk and Mohican tribes. In 1758, he became president of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University). Edwards "is widely acknowledged to be America's most important and original philosophical theologian," and one of America's greatest intellectuals.