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Number of Pages: 478
Vendor: Banner of Truth
|Publication Date: 2008|
Jonathan Edwards: A Guided Tour of His Life and ThoughtStephen J. NicholsP & R Publishing / 2001 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:
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The Sermons of Jonathan Edwards: A ReaderWilson H. Kimnach, Kenneth P. Minkema, Douglas A. SweeneyYale University Press / 1999 / Trade Paperback$27.49 Retail:
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Dr. Carrick demonstrates that Edwards was preaching and writing at a unique moment in history when the Puritan spirit and the spirit of the Enlightenment intersected; he traces the remarkable fall and rise of interest in the great American preacher theologian in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; he interacts, both positively and critically, with the now complete Yale edition of Edwards Works and also with the ever burgeoning field of Edwards scholarship; and he cites extensively from Edwards sermons, treatises, and Miscellanies in order to demonstrate the power and the profundity of his preaching and thought.
The authors main focus is, throughout, primarily homiletical; but interwoven in the homiletical focus are theological, philosophical, historical, and biographical strands. He constantly seeks to place Edwards and his sermons in their New England context---indeed, in their wider eighteenth-century transatlantic context---thus providing, wherever possible, the historical background for Edwards sermons. The New York period, the Great Apostasy at Yale, the Bolton interlude, the Yale tutorship, the Boston Lecture of 1731, the Enfield sermon, the Yale Commencement of 1741, the great revivals, the landmark funerals, the Edwards-Stoddard-Williams dynamic, the Communion controversy, the Farewell Sermon, the romance of the Stockbridge years---these are all treated within the context of a systematic analysis of Edwards preaching under a number of different themes.
Dr. Carrick does not shrink from sounding a note of critique at certain points and he warns against the danger of slavishly imitating the New England preacher. But he is also clearly convinced of Edwards extraordinary greatness and of the tremendous value of his sermons for Christians today. Iron sharpens iron; and the iron of Edwards marvelous expositions and applications is sure to sharpen the minds and souls of all those who study them carefully.
EsmeSC, USAAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent book on Jonathan Edwards!October 24, 2011EsmeSC, USAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book is about one of America's greatest preachers. It's author was graduated from Exeter College Oxford University England. The book is very interesting to read; is very well written; has a great Bibliography-very detailed, and is about our American preacher.
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