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New York: Crossway BooksHatch, Nathan and Harry O[Preached at Northampton, and published at the desire of some of the hearers, in the year 1734.] Thus it is said of all in Israel that were wise-hearted, and skilled in embroidering, that God had filled them with the spirit of wisdom, Exodus 28:3The answer is that something supernatural must happen in my heart that causes me to see Christ as the image of God, and see God in the face of Christ, and see the cross as the wisdom and power of God, and see Jesus as a treasure so valuable that I count everything as rubbish in comparison with himThe gospel is as a glass by which this light is conveyed to us, 1 CorEdwards, RevIt is rational to suppose, that this knowledge should be given immediately by God, and not be obtained by natural meansStephen RIf what is here offered to you shall be a means further to establish you in such truths, and to make those among you that yet remain in spiritual darkness and blindness sensible of their misery and stir them up earnestly to seek after this spiritual and divine illumination, and shall be for the comfort and edification of those that have experienced it, I shall have great reason to rejoice and be thankfulOn July 8, 1731, Edwards preached in Boston the "Public Lecture" afterwards published under the title "God Glorified in the Work of Redemption, by the Greatness of Man's Dependence upon Him, in the Whole of It," which was his first public attack on Arminianism'Tis rational to suppose that this knowledge should be given immediately by God, and not be obtained by natural means
The contemporary poet Susan Howe frequently describes the composition of Edwards' manuscripts and notebooks held at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library in a number of her books of poetry and prose, including Souls of the Labadie Tract, 2007 and That This, 2010Title Pages Dedication Acknowledgments Abbreviations for Frequently Cited Sources 1 Overture to a Symphony 2 Edwards: A Theological Life 3 Edwards's Intellectual Context 4 Edwards's Spirituality 5 The Question of Development: Did Edwards Change? 6 Beauty and Aesthetics 7 Metaphysics 8 Typology: Scripture, Nature, and All of Reality 9 Revelation: Scripture, Reason, and Tradition 10 Apologetics 11 Biblical Exegesis 12 The Concept of a History of Redemption 13 God as Trinity 14 The End of God in Creation 15 Providence and History 16 The Person and Work of Jesus Christ 17 The Holy Spirit 18 The Angels in the Plan of Salvation 19 Heaven Is a World of Love 20 The Affections and the Human Person 21 Edwards's Calvinism and Theology of the Covenants 22 Free Will and Original Sin 23 Salvation, Grace, and Faith: An Overview 24 Conversion: A Divine and Supernatural Light 25 Justification and Sanctification 26 The Theme of Divinization 27 Theology of Revival 28 The Church 29 Edwards on (and in) the Ministry 30 The Sacraments: Baptism and the Lord's Supper 31 The Voice of the Great God: A Theology of Preaching 32 Public Theology, Society, and America 33 True Virtue, Christian Love, and Ethical Theory 34 Edwards on (and in) Mission 35 Eschatology 36 Christianity and Other Religions 37 Selective Readings: Edwards and the New Divinity 38 Mixed Reactions: Princeton and Andover Seminaries and Nineteenth-Century American Culture 39 New Beginnings: The Twentieth-Century Recovery of Jonathan Edwards 40 Interpretations I 41 Interpretations II 42 Interpretations III: Edwards and the Revival Tradition 43 Interpretations IV: Edwards and the Catholic and Orthodox Traditions 44 Interpretations V: Edwards and Contemporary Theology 45 Conclusion: Edwards as a Theological Bridge Index Oxford University Press Copyright 2017In the latter, the will, or inclination, or heart, are mainly concernedOne of his most beautiful examples of this is his sermon, "The Excellency of Christ," based on Revelation 5:5-6 where Christ is described as the conquering "Lion of the tribe of Judah" (vJonathan Edwards, "The Excellencies of Christ," in The Works of Jonathan Edwards, volI proceed now to the second thing proposed, viz., to show how this light is immediately given by God, and not obtained by natural means 5d8a9798ff