This article gives a biography of Jonathan Edwards and his works, with a look at the controversies he was engaged in and addressed.
This article mentions various charismatic experiences, and questions what is behind these behaviours. It considers some of Jonathan Edwards's thoughts on the distinguishing marks of the work of the Holy Spirit, particularly what are not necessarily marks of a work of God's Spirit, and what are evidences that accompany a genuine outpouring.
This article offers ten points of interest on the person and work of Jonathan Edwards.
How ought a Christian to regard his emotions? The history of theology has answered that variously. In 1746, Jonathan Edwards published A Treatise on the Religious Affections, which is a biblical discussion of the matter, and a worthwhile read especially in today's discussions over religious experiences. This article offers a survey of the work.
This essay first summarizes and analyzes Jonathan Edwards' arguments that the doctrine of hell and eternal damnation is consistent with the mercy and justice of God. The crux of the matter is the nature of God himself. Secondly, the author then examines Edwards' response to various objections to and reinterpretations of this doctrine.
What makes a revival? Jonathan Edwards gave a biblical reflection of this. However, to understand the answer of Edwards, we must understand the man himself, his understanding of God and how God works to reveal his glory. It is the view of God that shaped Edwards's understanding of revival. The article discusses this while pointing to crucial elements that constitute a revival.
After looking at the life of Jonathan Edwards, this article gives twelve lessons we may learn from his life.