Jonathan Edwards, Art and the Sense of the Heart

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Selective Bibliography
I. Primary Sources of Jonathan Edwards
The Works of Jonathan Edwards. General editor, John E. Smith. New Haven, 1975-. Vol. 1, The Freedom of the Will, edited by Paul Ramsey. Vol. 2, Religious Affections, edited by John E. Smith. Vol. 3, Original Sin, edited by Clyde Holbrook. Vol. 4, The Great Awakening, edited by C. C. Goen.
The Works of President Edwards. Edited by Edward Williams and Edward Parsons. 10 vols. London, 1817; reprint, New York, 1968.
The Works of President Edwards. Edited by Sereno E. Dwight. 10 vols. New York, 1829-30.
The Works of President Edwards. 4 vols. New York, 1849.
Images or Shadows of Divine Things. Edited by Perry Miller. New Haven, 1948.
"Jonathan Edwards' 'Catalogue.'" Edited by James S. Caskey. B.D. thesis, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1931.
"Jonathan Edwards on the Sense of the Heart." Edited by Perry Miller. Harvard Theological Review, 41( 1948): 123-45.
Jonathan Edwards: A Profile. Edited by David Levin. New York, 1969.
Jonathan Edwards: Representative Selections. Rev. ed. Edited by Clarence H. Faust and Thomas H. Johnson. New York, 1962.
"The Mind" of Jonathan Edwards: A Reconstructed Text. Edited by Leon Howard. Berkeley, 1963.
"Miscellanies." Transcribed by Thomas A. Schafer. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
The Nature of True Virtue. Edited by William K. Frankena. Ann Arbor, 1960.
The Philosophy of Jonathan Edwards from His Private Notebooks. Edited by Harvey G. Townsend . Eugene, 1955.
Treatise on Grace and Other Posthumously Published Writings. Edited by Paul Helm . London, 1971.

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