All Blog Posts With Tag: Jonathan Edwards

Karl Barth with Martin Luther King, Princeton, 1962 (source: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s (1929—1968) birthday was January 15, 1929 and he would have been 86 years old, if he had lived until today. MLK was assassinated on Thursday, April 4, 1968 when he was 39 years old in the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, […]
I've read over 500 theology books in the last ten years. (Some people read these many books every year!) Of all these books, there are fifteen books that stand apart as guideposts in my journey of exploration in theology. I don't recommend all of these books today, but these books […]
Jonathan Edwards is deeply loved today and widely admired by Evangelicals, and it may come as a surprise and shock to many, especially his Baptists fans to discover that he affirms Infant Baptism as the true and correct form of Christian Baptism! First, I will share a bit of background […]
Oliver Crisp draws swords in his book, "Jonathan Edwards on God and Creation", and assails all of Edward's most controversial ideas, including Edwards famous writings on Occasionalism, Idealism in the Trinity, Continuous Creationism, Panentheism, Double Predestination and more! This book contains excellent summaries and critiques of Jonathan Edward's speculative theology. […]
Jonathan Edwards Jonathan Edwards' Resolutions are famous, and an excellent read for the New Year (or in Edwards's words, every week!). For more background on the Resolutions, see the Yale Edwards Center's information: RESOLUTIONS (1722-1723) Being sensible that I am unable to do anything without God's help, I do humbly entreat him by […]