Ten essays collected on the occasion of Edwards’ 300th birthday, each of which highlights an aspect of his life and legacy, showing how relevant his voice remains to this day. Edwards, unjustly depicted by many today as a heartless, raging preacher who only threatened his hearers with “fire and brimstone”, was rather a humble leader in his service to his church, whose entire ministry breathed of heaven and joy. From some of the best essays ever compiled about Edwards, learn of this servant of God, who preached out of a deep concern over the unsaved and a passionate desire to make God known.
Contributors are: J.I. Packer, John Piper, Don Whitney, Justin Taylor, Mark Dever, Sherard Burns, Stephen J. Nichols, Noel Piper, Paul Helm, Sam Storms, Mark Talbot.