by Dr. W. Gary Crampton
“If you want to study American covenantal theology, one needs to look no further than the writings of Jonathan Edwards. If you want to understand the writings of Jonathan Edwards as it relates to covenant theology, one needs to look no further than Dr. Crampton’s presentation in this book. This book is a must read for anyone seeking to gain the understanding of America’s greatest theologian-philosopher on one of the most important doctrines in the history of the Church of Jesus Christ; a doctrine in this modern age that is misrepresented and no longer reflects historic Reformed Christianity.” – Dr. Kenneth G. Talbot, President and Professor of Theology and Apologetics, Whitefield Theological Seminary
“God has blessed His church with this easy-to-understand treatise of an otherwise complicated subject, i.e., “The Covenant Theology of Jonathan Edwards.” Dr. Crampton illustrates how the logic of covenantal theology pervaded the thinking of Jonathan Edwards, and how in turn, Edwards has explicitly ratified the doctrinal teaching of the Westminster Confession of Faith. This book is an excellent glimpse into the intellectual mind-set of the most influential “defender of the faith” of the 18th century. If you ever had the desire to “get into Edwards,” this book is the place to start.” – Rev. Rick Glau, Assistant Professor of Exegetical Theology, Whitefield Theological Seminary
About the Author: Dr W Gary Crampton is Distinguished Research Professor of Theology and Apologetics at Whitefield Theological Seminary in Lakeland, Florida. He has written over 15 theological books and contributed numerous theological and philosophical articles and book reviews for magazines, journals, and internet websites. Dr Crampton currently resides in Glen Allen, Virginia with his wife Ann.
Publisher: Whitefield Media Publishing (2015)