Co-editor and Contributor: Jeremy M. Kimble

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Taken from A Reader's Guide to the Major Writings of Jonathan Edwards by Jeremy M. Kimble, © 2017 by Nathan A. Finn and Jeremy M. Kimble, pp. 1-39. Used by permission of Crossway, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers, Wheaton, IL 60187,


Jonathan Edwards—widely considered one the most important theologians in American history—has influenced generation after generation with his transcendent vision of our great and glorious God. But reading his writings for the first time can be a daunting task.

Here to be your trustworthy guides are some of the very best interpreters of Edwards, who walk you through his most important works with historical context, strategies for reading, and contemporary application—launching you into a lifetime of discovering Edwards’s God-centered vision of the Christian life for yourself.




Jonathan Edwards

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Christianity | History of Christianity | Nonfiction

About the Author

Dr. Kimble is passionate about teaching college students the truth of God’s Word. His hope is that through his courses, students will seek to love God and others, rightly understand the grand narrative of Scripture, and apply theological truths to everyday life. Dr. Kimble is committed to teaching in the classroom as well as mentoring students in smaller settings. He served in pastoral ministry for eight years and also taught in various online and adjunctive roles. Dr. Kimble’s research interests include ecclesiology, soteriology, Christology, biblical theology, the theology of Jonathan Edwards, and the history of revival.

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A Reader's Guide to the Major Writings of Jonathan Edwards



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