Get Freedom of the Will Free—Plus 2 More Edwards Must-Haves for Under $7

It’s October 1, and that means the new free book of the month is here!

This month’s free book is Freedom of the Will by Jonathan Edwards, the inaugural volume in The Works of Jonathan Edwards. 

Freedom of the Will is a preeminent document of Calvinist thought—and it reveals Edwards’ contributions to theology and the First Great Awakening. In the introduction, the book’s editor, Paul Ramsey, provides a fresh analysis of Edwards’ theological position, includes a study of his life and the intellectual issues in the America of his time, and examines the problem of free will in the philosophical context of today.

Get Freedom of the Will free during the month of October. 

Add two more books for under $7

Glean more from Edwards’ ethical reflections in Ethical Writings (The Works of Jonathan Edwards, Vol. 8) for just $1.99. This volume includes an unpublished text of a series of sermons Edwards preached in 1738, “Charity and Its Fruits,” along with two of Edwards’ dissertations: “Concerning the End for Which God Created the World” and “On the Nature of True Virtue.” Together these writings set out the principles of Edwards’ ethical reflections.

And peek inside Edwards’ personal biblical notebook compiled over nearly thirty-five years by adding Notes on Scripture (The Works of Jonathan Edwards, Vol. 15), now only $4.99. This gem confirms the centrality of the Bible in Edwards’ thought and provides more balance to earlier depictions of his writings that emphasized the scientific and philosophical while overlooking the biblical dimension.

Get all three Edwards must-haves for under $7. And here’s a nice little Logos hack for you: pick up all three books now, then get The Works of Jonathan Edwards (10 vols.) for an even better discount, since you don’t pay twice for the same books.

Comments

  1. Dr. George Gallant says:

    Please, could you make it a little easier to download the free monthly books. It is difficult to locate the download button. Thanks

    • Karen Engle says:

      Hi George,
      Thanks for taking the time to comment. I’ll pass on your comments to the team.
      Best, Karen

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