Jonathan Edwards' classic vindication of this critical Christian doctrine is now available in a new, attractive, easy-to-read setting. This Ezra Press edition includes an introduction and outline from Fellow Tim Dieppe.
If you want to go deeper in your faith. If you want your understanding of doctrine to be strengthened. If you want to be inspired by a leading revivalist. If you want to be provoked to prayer. If you want to learn to reason well with Scripture. If you want to learn from one of the greatest preachers of all time. If you want any of these things, then you should read Jonathan Edwards.
Jonathan Edwards' Original Sin delves deeply into this fundamental doctrine in Christian theology, arguing that all human beings inherit the sin of Adam and Eve, resulting in a corrupted nature and a separation from God. Edwards explores the theological underpinnings of this doctrine and its implications for human nature, morality, civic life, and salvation.
Edwards' rigorous and systematic approach helped to make this work a cornerstone of Reformed theology, as well as a piece of historically important writing, offering insight into the intellectual and religious climate of early America.
PAPERBACK, 416 pages. Also available as an ebook.