Sorting by

Skip to main content

Inexpressible Sweetness:Jonathan Edwards’ History with God

This age reveres personal choice in religious matters and deems personal feeling the test of what is authentic, and even Reformed churches are heeding popular culture's call to "do your own thing." Given that, it is helpful to hear what the Reformed tradition has to say on these trends. One gem in Reformed thought, one that is too little known, is Jonathan Edwards' "Personal Narrative." In contrast to Edwards' weighty theological discourses, this short autobiographical essay provides a show-and-tell demonstration…
Clarence Walhout
October 16, 2003