What can be learned from studying the publication history of Jonathan Edwards’s writings? Most importantly, one should recognize that a number of people contributed to the publishing and dissemination of his works. Too often Edwards is depicted as a lonely author, sitting in his study for hours at a time, drafting brilliant manuscripts that would become such important books as his ...
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