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Jonathan Edwards Goes Digital

Category Announcements
Date March 1, 2016

Those who love the writings of Jonathan Edwards will be pleased to know that Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, assisted by the Jonathan Edwards Center, has completed a high‐resolution scan of the entire Edwards Collections at both Yale University and Andover Newton Theological School.

Go to to view and use the scans. It is recommended that you first go to the Finding Aid Database, enter GEN MSS 151 (the record group number for the Edwards Collection), and bookmark or download the manuscript inventory. This will be needed in order to enter manuscript titles correctly into the digital scan collection. The work has been overseen by Professor A.C. (Adriaan) Neele, a member of the World Reformed Fellowship, who is Research Scholar, and Digital Editor at the Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale University, and Professor of Historical Theology and Director at the Jonathan Edwards Centre Africa of the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa.

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