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Publisher: Soli Deo Gloria Ministries,: 2004.
Seller ID: 54470
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books ,: 2006.
Seller ID: 79880
Condition: As NEW
202pp Owner stamp otherwise as newJonathan Edwards continues to capture the interest of many as one of America's greatest theologians. However, the very thought of reading the works of such an intellectual giant can be intimidating. In this book, W. Gary Crampton renders a clear and concise introduction to the thought of Jonathan Edwards in an enjoyable conversational format. By posing questions and crafting answers from selected quotations, Crampton provides a c... View more info
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan:, Baker Academic,: 2003.
Seller ID: 28495
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Publisher: Soli Deo Gloria.:
Seller ID: 21706
120ppDavid Brainerd was a protegé of Jonathan Edwards. He was a Puritan missionary to the Indians in New England until his early death at the age of 29. Jonathan Edwards said that Brainerd's example of personal piety was ""most worthy of imitation."" The martyred missionary of the last century, Jim Elliot, often read Brainerd for encouragement and inspiration. Here are 40 devotions taken from the journals of David Brainerd, along with prayers cor... View more info
Publisher: P & R Publishing,: 2001.
Seller ID: 42505
Dimensions: 139 x 216 x 15 mmWeight: 0.291 kilosPages: 247 Jonathan Edwards, a leader in the Great Awakening during the eighteenth century, still has much to teach the church. Evangelicals are rediscovering him through the efforts of several authors (John Gerstner, Iain Murray, Harry Stout, and others) and publishers (Banner of Truth, Soli Deo Gloria, and Crossway). Stephen Nichols offers Jonathan Edwards "as an introduction, a gateway into the vast and re... View more info