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A very large book, but very interesting biography of a great man. I really enjoyed it.Published 1 day ago by Barbara Yearick
Note: This book review was an assigned requirement for a History of Christianity course.
Coinciding with the tercentenary of Johnathan Edwards’s birth (1703), Marsden’s... Read more
Very interesting. Jonathan Edwards was a highly accomplished pastor, and most interestingly to me - had a very long and successful lineage. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Christopher Parsons
for a non native speaker like me is not that great. In addition is not as narrative as I though. However, it might be great for those who like and already have a considerable... Read morePublished 4 months ago by wladimmyr Buther
Very interesting read. Insightful to inspire thought as well as alternative perspective. Must be open to consider various questions. Can take you out of your comfort zone.Published 5 months ago by PhD Leaner
It's big. It's dense. But you will leave it with a broad picture of the world that Edwards lived in and a deep understanding of the man himself. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joseph A. Helt
Marsden leaves no stone unturned and omits not a single detail in the life of Jonathan Edwards. While it is a laborious read, the rewards are abundant to those who wish to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dr. B.
An excellent and reliable biography on Jonathan Edwards. It is both scholarly and reads like a novel. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jarrod and Megan