Jonathan Den Hartog has written an extended review of Oliver Crisp's and Doug Sweeney's edited volume, After Jonathan Edwards: The Courses of the New England Theology over at the Religion in American History blog.
Hartog's review is more of a summary of the book's content, rather than a thorough critique. But at the end of his post, he does wonder why the editors did not include essays on the influence of Edwardsian thought on women, perhaps written by Catherine Brekus, or on African Americans, perhaps written by John Saillant.
For those of you in the Chattanooga area on October 29, don't miss Oliver Crisp's talk, "Was Jonathan Edwards Theologically Orthodox?" This is part of the LeRoy Martin Distinguished Lecture Series at UTC in cooperation with the Theology on Tap lecture series at the Camp House.