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History of the Work of Redemption Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 9780-85151-8442
  • Binding: Hardcover with jacket
  • Page Count: 440
  • Publisher: Banner Of Truth Trust

A History of the Work of Redemption (Jonathan Edwards)

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The scope of Jonathan Edwards’ book, A History of the Work of Redemption, is vast. From a deep extensive knowledge of Scripture, Jonathan Edwards sets out to survey the whole of the redemptive work of God in history, from the Fall of man to the consummation of all things.

A thrilling conclusion emerges: Everything in human history from start to finish is subservient to Christ’s work of redemption. Not only can nothing thwart that work, but, in the wisdom of God, all that comes to pass actually serves to advance it.

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A History of the Work of Redemption

The scope of Jonathan Edwards’ book, A History of the Work of Redemption, is vast. From a deep extensive knowledge of Scripture, Jonathan Edwards sets out to survey the whole of the redemptive work of God in history, from the Fall of man to the consummation of all things.

A thrilling conclusion emerges: Everything in human history from start to finish is subservient to Christ’s work of redemption. Not only can nothing thwart that work, but, in the wisdom of God, all that comes to pass actually serves to advance it.

In a series of thirty sermons preached in Northampton, New England, in 1739, Edwards sought to establish his congregation in this mighty truth. Later in his ministry he hoped to write a book expounding the same theme, and was even reluctant to accept the presidency of Princeton College for fear this project would be hindered.

Although he did not live to carry out his intention, we can see the substance of what the intended book would have contained in this new edition of the sermons of 1739. Here readers can catch Edward’s vision of the mighty advance of the cause of Christ in the world, and gain encouragement for all gospel labors from the certainty of its triumph.

Endorsement

“In the early days of my Christian life, this survey of major Bible themes and historical events was one of the most meaningful books I had read. This is rich material by America’s foremost genius mind.”
— Dennis Gundersen, Grace Bible Church, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Table of Contents

Preface to First Edition vii
INTRODUCTION 1
PERIOD 1: FROM THE FALL OF MAN TO THE INCARNATION OF CHRIST 19
1: From the Fall to the Flood 21
2: From the Flood to the Calling of Abraham 43
3: From the Calling of Abraham to Moses 54
4: From Moses to David 72
5: From David to the Babylonish Captivity 103
6: From the Babylonish Captivity to the Coming of Christ 142
Improvement 183
PERIOD 2: FROM THE INCARNATION OF CHRIST TO HIS RESURRECTION 197
1: Christ’s Incarnation 199
2: Christ’s Purchase of Redemption 210
Improvement: Reproof and Encouragement 240
PERIOD 3: FROM THE RESURRECTION OF CHRIST TO THE END OF THE WORLD 255
Introduction 258
1: CHRIST’S RESURRECTION AND ASCENSION 271
2: CHRIST’S ACCOMPLISHMENT IN GRACE AND GLORY
2.1: Success Accomplished by God’s Grace Here 277
i. From the Resurrection to the Fall of Jerusalem 289
ii. From the Fall of Jerusalem to the Time of Constantine the Great 300
iii. From the Time of Constantine to the Fall of Satan’s Visible Kingdom 316
iv. The Church’s Prosperous State Thereafter 389
2.2: Success Accomplished at the Day of Judgment 403
Improvement of the Whole 422
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