Endorsements & Reviews-
"Jonathan Edwards' biblical scholarship is finally getting a bit of the attention it deserves. . . . In Nichols' able hands, this exegesis and its significance for Christian thought today nearly leap off the page. Recommended to Edwards scholars and to Christian theologians teaching Scripture in the church."
--Douglas A. Sweeney, Professor of Church History and the History of Christian Thought, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
"This is the first full-length study of Edwards' virtually unknown but vitally important harmony project, revealing the depth and breadth of his biblicism, including his striking focus on prophecy, typology, and doctrine--an ambitious if unrealized goal here sensitively reconstructed and examined."
--Kenneth P. Minkema, Executive Editor and Director, Jonathan Edwards Center, Yale University
"In this well-written and thoroughly-researched book, Stephen Nichols invites us to look harder at how Edwards engaged with the Bible, and how he drew its disparate parts into an intellectual harmony that inspired and resourced his own work. This is necessary reading for students of Edwards' theology."
--Stephen R. Holmes, Senior Lecturer in Theology, University of St. Andrews