"An excellent analysis not only of Hopkins himself but of the Calvinist school he profoundly influenced."
--Edwin S. Gaustad, University of California, Riverside, Emeritus
"Writing with clarity, originality, and vigor, Joseph Conforti has filled a long-felt need with this fine study. . . . Conforti not only brings to life the most important of Jonathan Edwards's pupils, but also he puts Hopkins's long and controversial career into focus. . . . He matches his impeccable scholarship with a very readable, lucid style. I hope this study reaches the wide audience it deserves."
--William G. McLoughlin, Brown University