Steve DeWitt invites us to enjoy the beauty of God in the Trinity, in his works, and especially in Christ's person and work.
William M. Schweitzer guides us through key elements of Jonathan Edwards' theology and shows how the the idea of divine harmony characterises his work at all times.
Kyle Strobel talks about why Jonathan Edwards said God is 'religious'.
Jonathan Edwards explores the issue of salvation in the Old Testament.
Jonathan Edwards preached this final sermon at the First Church in Northampton, MA on July 1, 1750 having been voted out as the pastor. He teaches that ministers and congregations will meet one another at the judgment seat of Christ.
Dane Ortlund channels Jonathan Edwards to prove to us that being sanctified isn't joyless duty but beautiful transformation.
Jonathan Edwards' sermon on the enjoyment of perfect love in the age to come is heart-warming spiritual food.
Michael Reeves examines four key scenes in the glorious story of Christ’s work in his church.
Dane Ortlund introduces us to the great New England theologian, Jonathan Edwards.
Ray Ortlund, Michael Reeves, Dane Ortlund, and David Filson answer questions at Immanuel Nashville's Reformation 500 celebration.