Nine of the sermons deal with the Lord's Supper; the other 6 are on a variety of topics. It is hardback, and is sewn together rather than glued. Gerstner "a classic. It has been out of print for some time and we are glad to bring it back. I wish I had a friend who could walk me through this book and explain it point by point'?
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Craig Biehl has done precisely that. Furthermore, he has done it for one of the most important books ever written: 'Religious Affections'. No one since the apostles had more insight into authentic godliness than Jonathan Edwards. But his books can be difficult to read.
Biehl's study guide helps you to understand the historical situation of Edwards's day. It walks you through Edwards's teachings in easy-to-follow outlines mingled with choice quotes from Edwards. After each section he presents several questions for personal meditation or small group discussion. I regularly assign 'Religious Affections' to my students and heartily recommend Biehl's book as a companion to all who would read,understand, and apply Edwards's masterpiece.
Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan "This is a very helpful study guide to one of the most important spiritual texts inall of history. If you read 'ReligiousAffections' with patience, care, and fervent prayer, using this simple textual aid, you will find yourself reflecting on the state of your heart, mind, and soul like never before in your life.
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I guarantee that you will never be the same. In this unique study guide, Craig Biehl here dispenses twenty manageable and carefully referenced doses drawn from the Treatise for the health of true religion in the church of the Great Physician. The good news is that the book well repays reading and study.
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The bad news is the book can be rather daunting. Craig Biehl's study guide comes to the rescue. This deft guide by a capable scholar will lead you by the hand and head and heart to a clear understanding and deep appreciation for this classic text by Jonathan Edwards.
He was both brilliant and godly. Their clear, scriptural guidelines and experiential warmth promote practical Christianity. Read with discernment, they will still feed the soul today and challenge us to godly living in Christ Jesus.
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Beeke, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan William Sprague, in the book, 'Letters to a Daughter', page 82 wrote, "There is no work within my knowledge, so well adapted to answer this purpose, as the admirable system of Theology by the late President Dwight. It may look a little formidable to you at first, but I am almost sure that if you once engage in reading it, you will not be impatient to find its close.
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While the subjects are arranged with philosophical accuracy, they are discussed with a degree of perspicuity, force, and eloquence, for which I think you will look in vain, in any similar work. Each sermon stands complete in itself, but they together exalt the glory of God in a way intended to humble and bless.
Volume Two contains sermons with the main focus on Christ our Mediator, and the Doctrines of Justification and Regeneration. Volume Three contains sermons and begins with four sermons on Regeneration and concludes with 41 sermons on the Perfect Law of God. Volume Four contains sermons and begins with the final sermon on the 10th Commandment and proceeds to examine both the ordinary and extraordinary Means of Grace before concluding the entire series with 11 sermons on the Last Things, including death, judgment, heaven and hell.
Haykin's biographical sketch of Edwards captures the importance the New England minister placed on Scripture, family piety, and the church's reliance upon God. The remainder of the book presents 26 selections from various letters written by Edwards, two written by family members at his death, and an appendix drawing upon Edwards's last will and the inventor of his estate.
In this collection of letters Michael Haykin offers you a behind-the-scenes look into the life of Jonathan Edwards. As you look, you will see him dealing with sick children, trying to make sense out of the conflict with his Northampton congregation, and reveling in the serendipities of friendship.
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Read these letters and you will find Edwards becoming your own 'most obliging and affectionate friend in the labors of the gospel. Nichols "Jonathan Edwards was not only a brilliant theologian, but also a devoted husband, father, pastor, and friend. Underneath it all, he was a man passionate about living in joyful obedience to God.
In this highly recommended collection of letters, skillfully edited and annotated by historian Michael Haykin, Edwards's warm-hearted piety shines through on every page, giving us a glimpse into the heart and mind of this servant of God. In these pages, you are about to meet one of the great Christians of all time: Jonathan Edwards! Your guide is reliable. Haykin has gathered some of the choicest letters of Edwards. In them, you will discover the insights of this noble leader on 'Piety,' up close and personal. Edwards delivered the sermon "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God", a classic of early American literature, during another revival in , following George Whitefield's tour of the Thirteen Colonies.
Matthew The last enemy that shall be dest Job Strong, June 28, John , 16 For I have given you an example, that he should do as I have done to you. Verily, verily, I say unto you, The s Dated September Deuteronomy Deuteronomy If there be among you a poor man of one of thy brethren within any of thy gates in thy land which t And being in an agony he prayed more earnestly, and his sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling down to the ground.
Have this day fixed and established it, that Christ Jesus has promised me faithfully, that, if I will do what is my duty, and according to the best of my prudence in Last night I came home, after my melancholy parting from New York. I have always, in every different state of life I have hitherto been in, thought that the t Edwards begins Dec.
As far as to Jan. This day made the 35th Resolution. Because I cannot speak so fully to my experience of that preparatory work, of which divines This week has been a very remarkable week with me, with respect to despondencies, fears, perplexities, multitudes of cares, and distraction of mind: it being the week I came hither to New Haven, in That the trouble of mind be reasona Exodus Thou shalt not steal. This is one of th I had a variety of concerns and exercises about my soul from my childhood; but had two more remarkable seasons of awakening, The second thing proposed, which was to observe some things that render it evident, that true religion, in great part consists in the affections.
And here, 1. What has been said of the nature of the affections makes this evident, and may be suffici Not dated. But of him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctification, and redemption: that, according as it is written, He that glorieth, let him g Three sermons. Hosea I will go and return to my place, till they acknowledge their offense, and seek my face: in their affliction they will seek me ear Therefore hath he mercy on whom he will have mercy, and whom he will he hardeneth.
THE apostle, in the beginning of this chapter, expresses his great concern and sorrow of heart for the nati John Stoddard Ezekiel Her strong rods were broken and withered.
Who it is that is here spoken of, viz. We may hence learn how great their error is, who are for discarding all religious affections, as having nothing solid or substantial in them. There seems Hebrews Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today, and forever.