Monday, 23 July 2012

After Jonathan Edwards

After Jonathan Edwards: The Courses of the New England Theology, edited by Oliver Crisp and Doug Sweeney, just arrived in the mail. I look forward to reading the essays, one of which is by my friend Charlie Phillips, a former Bebbington student, who wrote his PhD dissertation on Edwards Amasa Park.

The book's contributors are (in order): Mark Valeri, Ken Minkema, Allen Guelzo, James Byrd, Oliver Crisp, Paul Helm, Peter Jauhiainen, Gerry McDermott, David Kling, Charlie Phillips, Charles Hambrick-Stowe, Mark Noll, Michael Haykin, Michael McClymond, Anri Morimoto, and D.G. Hart. Gerry McDermott spoke last year at UTC for the LeRoy Martin Distinguished Lecture Series, and we have Daryl Hart coming this year.

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