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The complete works. A massive tome. According to Wikipedia: "Jonathan Edwards (October 5, 1703 – March 22, 1758) was a colonial American Congregational preacher, theologian, and missionary to Native Americans. Edwards "is widely acknowledged to be America's most important and original philosophical theologian". His work is very broad in scope, but he is often associated with his defense of Calvinist theology, the metaphysics of theological determinism, and the Puritan heritage. His famous sermon "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," emphasized the just wrath of God against sin and contrasted it with the provision of God for salvation; the intensity of his preaching sometimes resulted in members of the audience fainting, swooning, and other more obtrusive reactions. The swooning and other behaviors in his audience caught him up in a controversy over "bodily effects" of the Holy Spirit's presence."
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THE WORKS OF JONATHAN EDWARDS

VOLUME 1

CHAPTER I.

CHAPTER II.

CHAPTER III.

CHAPTER IV.

CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER VI.

CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VIII.

DISCOURSES”—

SERMON AT ENFIELD—FUNERAL

SERMON ON THE REV. W. WILLIAMS.

CHAPTER IX.

SERMON AT NEW-HAVEN—

CHAPTER X.

CHAPTER XI.

CHAPTER XII.

CHAPTER XIII.

SERMON AT THE ORDINATION OF MR. ABERCROMBIE—

SERMON AT THE ORDINATION OF MR. BUELL.

CHAPTER XIV.

CHAPTER XV.

CHAPTER XVI.

CHAPTER XVII

CHAPTER XVIII.

CHAPTER XIX.

CHAPTER XX.

CHAPTER XXI.

SERMON AT NEWARK—

CHAPTER XXII.

PART OF THE MOHAWKS—

CHAPTER XXIII.

CHAPTER XXIV.

SERMON AT PRINCETON—

CHAPTER XXV.

A FAREWELL

SERMON, PREACHED AT THE FIRST PRECINCT AT NORTHAMPTON

APPENDIX NO. I

APPENDIX, NO. II.

APPENDIX, NO. III.

APPENDIX, NO. IV.

APPENDIX, NO. V.

APPENDIX, NO. VI.

A CAREFUL AND STRICT

PREFACE

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PART IV.

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APPENDIX.

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A DISSERTATION CONCERNING THE END FOR WHICH GOD MADE THE WORLD

PREFACE BY THE FIRST EDITOR.

INTRODUCTION, CONTAINING EXPLANATIONS OF TERMS AND GENERAL POSITION

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CHAP. II

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A DISSERTATION CONCERNING THE NATURE OF TRUE VIRTUE.

CHAP I

CHAP II

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CHAP IV

CHAP V

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CHAP VII

CHAP VIII

THE GREAT CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE OF ORIGINAL SIN DEFENDED;

ADVERTISEMENT. CONTAINING A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THIS BOOK AND ITS AUTHOR, BY THE FIRST EDITOR.

THE AUTHOR’S PREFACE.

PART I

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CHAP II

PARTICULARLY THE DEATH OF INFANTS, WITH ITS VARIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES.

PART II. containing observations on particular parts of the holy scripture, which prove the doctrine of original sin.

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CHAP II

PARTS OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES, CHIEFLY IN THE OLD TESTAMENT, THAT PROVE THE DOCTRINE OF ORIGINAL SIN.

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SECT. II Observations on Rom. iii. 9-24

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CONCLUSION.

A TREATISE CONCERNING RELIGIOUS AFFECTIONS IN THREE PARTS

PREFACE.

PART I. CONCERNING THE NATURE OF THE AFFECTIONS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE IN RELIGION.

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PART II. showing what are no certain signs that religious affections are truly gracious, or that they are not.

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SECT XII. Nothing can be certainly concluded concerning the nature of religious affections, that the relations persons give of them, are very affecting.

INTRODUCTORY REMARKS.

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Another great and very distinguishing difference is, that the higher gracious affections are raised, the more is a spiritual appetite and longing of soul after spiritual attainments increased: on the contrary, false affections rest satisfied in themselves.†

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LETTER I. TO MR. GILLESPIE. IN ANSWER TO OBJECTIONS.

LETTER II. TO MR. GILLESPIE. IN ANSWER TO OBJECTIONS.

A FAITHFUL NARRATIVE OF THE SURPRISING WORK OF GOD IN THE CONVERSION OF MANY HUNDRED SOULS

PREFACE BY THE FIRST EDITORS, DR. ISAAC WATTS, AND DR. JOHN GUYSE

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SOME THOUGHTS CONCERNING THE PRESENT REVIVAL OF RELIGION IN NEW ENGLAND, AND THE WAY IN WHICH IT OUGHT TO BE ACKNOWLEDGED AND PROMOTED.

THE PREFACE.

PART I. SHOWING THE EXTRAORDINARY WORK WHICH HAS OFLATE BEEN GOING ON IN THIS LAND, IS A GLORIOUS WORK OF GOD

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PART III. SHOWING, IN MANY INSTANCES, WHEREIN THE SUBJECTS, OR ZEALOUS PROMOTERS, OF THIS WORK HAVE BEEN INJURIOUSLY BLAMED.

PART IV. SHOWING WHAT THINGS ARE TO BE CORRECTED OR AVOIDED, IN PROMOTING THIS WORK, OR IN OUR BEHAVIOUR UNDER IT.

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PART V. showing positively, what ought to be done to promote this work.

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AN HUMBLE INQUIRY INTO THE RULES OF THE WORD OF GOD,

PART III. objections answered.

THE AUTHOR’S PREFACE.

A PREFACE by his american friends.

ADVERTISEMENT TO THE EDINBURGH EDITION.

PART I. the question stated and explained.

PART II. reasons for the negative of the foregoing question.

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OBJECT. I.

OBJECT. II.

OBJECT. III.

OBJECT. IV.

OBJECT. V.

OBJECT VI.

OBJECT. VII.

OBJECT. VIII.

OBJECT. IX.

OBJECT. X.

OBJECT. XI.

OBJECT. XII.

OBJECT. XIII.

OBJECT. XIV.

OBJECT. XV.

OBJECT. XVI.

OBJECT. XVII.

OBJECT. XVIII.

OBJECT. XIX.

APPENDIX.

MISREPRESENTATIONS CORRECTED, AND TRUTH VINDICATED, IN A REPLY TO THE REV. MR. SOLOMON WILLIAMS’S BOOK

THE PREFACE.

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SECT. I Mr. W—‘s Concessions.

SECT. II Some plain consequences of the foregoing concessions.

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AN

APPENDIX. Being a Letter to the people of the first church and congregation in Northampton.

A HISTORY OF THE WORK OF REDEMPTION, CONTAINING THE OUTLINES OF A BODY OF DIVINITY, INCLUDING A VIEW OF CHURCH HISTORY, IN A METHOD ENTIRELY NEW.

PREFACE.

ADVERTISEMENT.

GENERAL INTRODUCTION.

PERIOD I. FROM THE FALL TO THE INCARNATION.

PART I. FROM THE FALL TO THE FLOOD

PART II. FROM THE FLOOD TO THE CALLING OF ABRAHAM.

PART III. FROM THE CALLING OF ABRAHAM TO MOSES.

PART IV. FROM MOSES TO DAVID.

PART V FROM DAVID TO THE BABYLONISH CAPTIVITY.

PART VI. FROM THE BABYLONISH CAPTIVITY TO THE COMING OF CHRIST.

PART VII. IMPROVEMENT OF THE FIRST

PERIOD.

PERIOD II. FROM CHRIST’S INCARNATION TO HIS RESURRECTION.

PART I. OF CHRIST’S INCARNATION.

PART II. THE PURCHASE OF REDEMPTION

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PART III. IMPROVEMENT OF THE SECOND

PERIOD.

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PERIOD III. FROM CHRIST’S RESURRECTION TO THE END OF THE WORLD.

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PART I. THE SUCCESS OF REDEMPTION FROM THE RESURRECTION OF CHRIST TO THE DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM.

PART II. THE SUCCESS OF REDEMPTION FROM THE DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM, TO THE TIME OF CONSTANTINE.

PART III. THE SUCCESS OF REDEMPTION FROM THE TIME OF CONSTANTINE TO THE RISE OF ANTICHRIST.

PART IV. THE SUCCESS OF REDEMPTION FROM THE RISE OF ANTICHRIST TO THE REFORMATION.

PART V. THE SUCCESS OF REDEMPTION FROM THE REFORMATION TO THE PRESENT TIME.

PART VI. IMPROVEMENT OF PAST EVENTS

PART VII. THE SUCCESS OF REDEMPTION FROM THE PRESENT TIME TO THE FALL OF ANTICHRIST.

PART VIII. THE SUCCESS OF REDEMPTION THROUGH THAT SPACE WHEREIN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH SHALL, FOR THE MOST

PART, BE IN A STATE OF PEACE AND PROSPERITY.

PART IX. THE GENERAL JUDGEMENT

PART X IMPROVEMENT OF THE WHOLE

FIVE DISCOURSES, ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS NEARLY CONCERNING THE GREAT AFFAIR OF THE SOUL’S ETERNAL SALVATION,

PREFACE.

DISCOURSE I justification by faith alone

DISCOURSE II pressing into the kingdom of god.

DISCOURSE III. ruth’s resolution

DISCOURSE IV. the justice of god in the damnation of sinners.

DISCOURSE V. the excellency of christ.

THEOLOGICAL QUESTIONS.

VOLUME 2

TWO SERMONS

ADVERTISEMENT TO THE READER, RESPECTING THE FIRST

SERMON.

SERMON I. [1] GOD GLORIFIED IN MAN'S DEPENDENCE.

SERMON II. [13] SINNERS IN THE HANDS OF AN ANGRY GOD.

FIVE SERMONS ON DIFFERENT OCCASIONS, SEPARATELY PUBLISHED, IN MR. EDWARDS'S LIFE TIME

SERMON I.

SERMON II. [30] . THE CHURCH'S MARRIAGE TO HER SONS, AND TO HER GOD.

SERMON III. [48] . TRUE SAINTS, WHEN ABSENT FROM THE BODY, ARE PRESENT WITH THE LORD.

SERMON IV. [55] GOD'S AWFUL JUDGMENT IN THE BREAKING AND WITHERING OF THE STRONG RODS OF A COMMUNITY.

SERMON V [56] . TRUE GRACE DISTINGUISHED FROM THE EXPERIENCE OF DEVILS.

Fifteen Sermons on Various Subjects

PREFACE.

SERMON I. [57] THE MANNER IN WHICH THE SALVATION OF THE SOUL IS TO BE SOUGHT.

SERMON II. [61] THE UNREASONABLENESS OF INDETERMINATION IN RELIGION.

SERMON III. [62] UNBELIEVERS CONTEMN THE GLORY AND EXCELLENCY OF CHRIST.

SERMON IV. [63] THE FOLLY OF LOOKING BACK IN FLEEING OUT OF SODOM.

SERMON V. THE FOLLY OF LOOKING BACK IN FLEEING OUT OF SODOM.

SERMON VI. [66] THE WARNINGS OF SCRIPTURE ARE IN THE BEST MANNER ADAPTED TO THE AWAKENING AND CONVERSION OF SINNERS.

SERMON VII. [70] HYPOCRITES DEFICIENT IN THE DUTY OF PRAYER.

SERMON VIII. HYPOCRITES DEFICIENT IN THE DUTY OF PRAYER.

SERMON IX. THE FUTURE PUNISHMENT OF THE WICKED UNAVOIDABLE AND INTOLERABLE.

SERMON X. THE FUTURE PUNISHMENT OF THE WICKED UNAVOIDABLE AND INTOLERABLE.

SERMON XI. THE ETERNITY OF HELL TORMENTS.

SERMON XII. [76] THE PEACE WHICH CHRIST GIVES HIS TRUE FOLLOWERS.

SERMON XIII. [81] THE PERPETUITY AND CHANGE OF THE SABBATH.

SERMON XIV. THE PERPETUITY AND CHANGE OF THE SABBATH.

SERMON XV. THE PERPETUITY AND CHANGE OF THE SABBATH.

SEVEN SERMONS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS.

SERMON I. [88] GOD THE BEST PORTION OF THE CHRISTIAN.

SERMON II. [94] THE SOLE CONSIDERATION, THAT GOD IS GOD, SUFFICIENT TO STILL ALL OBJECTIONS.

SERMON III. [102] GREAT GUILT NO OBSTACLE TO THE PARDON OF THE RETURNING SINNER.

SERMON IV. [104] THE MOST HIGH A PRAYER-HEARING GOD.

SERMON V. THE NATURE AND END OF EXCOMMUNICATION.

SERMON VI. [121] WHEN THE WICKED SHALL HAVE FILLED UP THE MEASURE OF THEIR SIN, WRATH WILL COME UPON THEM TO THE UTTERMOST.

SERMON VII. [129] WICKED MEN USEFUL IN THEIR DESTRUCTION ONLY.

Miscellaneous Discourses

MEN NATURALLY ARE GOD'S ENEMIES.

THE WISDOM OF GOD, DISPLAYED IN THE WAY OF SALVATION.

CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE: OF, THE IMPROTANCE AND ADVANTAGE OF A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF DIVINE TRUTH

CHRISTIAN CHARITY: OR, THE DUTY OF CHARITY TO THE POOR, EXPLAINED AND ENFORCED.

CHRISTIAN CAUTIONS; OR, THE NECESSITY OF SELF-EXAMINATION.

A WARNING TO PROFESSORS:

THE FINAL JUDGMENT: OR, THE WORLD JUDGED RIGHTEOUSLY BY JESUS CHRIST.

SINNERS IN ZION TENDERLY WARNED: OR THE FEARFULNESS WHICH WILL HEREAFTER SURPRISE SINNERS IN ZION, REPRESENTED AND IMPROVED.

THE END OF THE WICKED CONTEMPLATED BY THE RIGHTEOUS:

CHRIST EXALTED:

SELF-FLATTERIES

DISHONESTY; OR, THE SIN OF THEFT AND OF INJUSTICE. [219]

TEMPTATION AND DELIVERANCE;

THE PRECIOUSNESS OF TIME, AND THE IMPORTANCE OF REDEEMING IT. [228]

PROCRASTINATION, OR THE SIN AND FOLLY OF DEPENDING ON FUTURE TIME. [229]

THE CHRISTIAN PILGRIM; OR THE TRUE CHRISTIAN'S LIFE A JOURNEY TOWARDS HEAVEN. [231]

MAN'S NATURAL BLINDNESS IN THE THINGS OF RELIGION.

THE DISTINGUISHING MARKS OF A WORK OF THE SPIRIT OF GOD,

AN HUMBLE ATTEMPT TO PROMOTE EXPLICIT AGREEMENT AND VISIBLE UNION OF GOD'S PEOPLE

THE LIFE AND DIARY OF THE REV. DAVID BRAINERD

Mr. Brainerd's Journal in Two Parts

MR. BRAINERD'S REMAINS,

Detached Papers

FIRST PAPER.

SECOND PAPER.

THIRD PAPER.

A SERMON PREACHED IN NEWARK, JUNE 12, 1744

MISCELLANEOUS OBSERVATIONS ON IMPORTANT THEOLOGICAL SUBJECTS.

REMARKS ON IMPORTANT THEOLOGICAL CONTROVERSIES. [481]

TYPES OF THE MESSIAH, &C.

Notes on the Bible

Seventeen Occasional Sermons

SERMON I.

SERMON II.

SERMON III. [567]

SERMON IV.

SERMON V. [589]

SERMON VI.

SERMON VII.

SERMON VIII. [628]

SERMON IX.

SERMON X.

SERMON XI.

SERMON XII.

SERMON XIII.

SERMON XIV. [685]

SERMON XV.

SERMON XVI. [694]

SERMON XVII. [701]

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