Portrait of Rev. Jonathan Edwards, c. 1750,
by Joseph Badger. Courtesy Yale University Art Gallery.
This section will be hosting sermons that I have helped to transcribe and edit @ the Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale University.
Through my partnership with the Edwards Center I have a goal to work on unpublished sermons that particularly deal with Edwards' Christology. My hope, lord willing, when I have completed enough sermons is to put them into a book and forward it discussing Edwards' Christology.
I will have two versions of each sermon. One is the original version as hosted by the Edwards Center. Then I will also have a slightly copy-edited version. This edited version will be edited minimally, but I will modernize the more difficult parts so that today's readers who have a difficult time reading Edwards and/or old English will now have another viable option. I hope this will benefit you, my readers, in growing in like-minded love, knowledge and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ.
For details regarding the permission use of these sermons please read my permission use page. Thank you.
(1.) God's Unspeakable Gift, Jonathan Edwards (2010)
The Original Version (pdf):
(1)Audio Version as read by Dann Golden-Collum(Audio)
(2) Radio interview with Kenneth Minkema (Executive Editor at the Center) and Oshea Davis (editor) about Jonathan Edwards and this Sermon:
(3)Radio interview with Oshea Davis about Jonathan Edwards Sermon: God's Unspeakable Gift:
The slightly Modernized Version(pdf): Modernized Version (html)
(2.) Who is this King of Glory, Jonathan Edwards (2011)
The Original Version (.pdf) NEW! * just out this May *
Modernized Coming Soon
(3.) Those that Spiritually Partake of Christ, They Eat Angels' Food, Jonathan Edwards (2011)
The Original Version (.pdf ) New! * Just out this August *
(4.) For His Sufferings, God Promised Christ the Reward of Seeing Sinners Saved (Is.53:10), Jonathan Edwards (2012)
The Original Version (html) ,
As a continuation of my Yale project I present to you these sermons of mine . I have written them as an example for
today; these sermons are an attempt to write modern day sermons patterned after
the above J.E sermons; I do this in hope to inspire the legacy of the Christ-centered and
Christ-supremacy preaching of Jonathan Edwards into the hearts of my peers. My prayer is that this legacy would be practically lived out in the preaching many ministers today. To
Christ be the glory!
(1). As I brought
to them all the Evil, so I will bring to you all the Good.