Jonathan Edwards' exposition of the incarnation of Jesus is an excerpt from his 'History of the Work of Redemption'.
Jonathan Edwards' sermon of 1736 is a powerful exposition of the Person and work of Christ from Revelation 5:5–6.
Jonathan Edwards' 1783 sermon is a rousing exposition of 1 Corinthians 15:25–26 which speaks of Christ's reign over all evil.
Jonathan Edwards outlines a theology of grace in this essay.
Stephen R. C. Nichols shows how, for Jonathan Edwards, the whole Bible exists to showcase the gospel of Christ.
Jonathan Edwards' reflections on what it is to know the glory of God in the face of Christ – based on his involvement in revivals during his ministry.
Kyle Strobel introduces us to a neglected doctrine: the beatific vision. Interacting with Turretin, Owen, and Edwards amongst others, he shows how our sight of God now by faith will be fulfilled in eternity.
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.
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.