A Divine Light: The Spiritual Leadership of Jonathan Edwards
A Divine Light: The Spiritual Leadership of Jonathan Edwards' is the latest installment in the Leaders in Action series. Jonathan Edwards (1703-58) was one of the leading religious thinkers of the colonial era. Educated at Yale, he became the senior pastor of the Congregational Church in Northampton, Massachusetts, in 1724 at the age of twenty-one.
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The Life of Jonathan Edwards
The Character of Jonathan Edwards
Love for God
The Legacy of Jonathan Edwards
To Future Generations
Life and Letters
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