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Reading Jonathan Edwards; an annotated bibliography in three parts, 1729-2005.


Reading Jonathan Edwards; an annotated bibliography in three parts, 1729-2005.

Lesser, M.X.

W.B. Eerdmans


691 pages




This annotated bibliography of commentary written from 1729 to 2005 on the works of theologian Jonathan Edwards is presented in three parts, two of which were previously published by Lesser: Jonathan Edwards: A Reference Guide (1981) and Jonathan Edwards: An Annotated Bibliography (1994). Added to these two works are about 140 entries, with a new third section comprised of about 700. Annotations are of articles, books, parts of books, dissertations, fugitive references, reviews, and reprints. A chronology of Edwards's works is included. Each section has its own critical introduction and entries are arranged chronologically and alphabetically by author. Authors and titles, subjects, and additions are separately indexed.

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