Synopses & Reviews
In 1730, Jonathan Edwards acquired a book-like, leather-bound manuscript containing an interleaved printed edition of the King James Version of the Bible. Over the next three decades, Edwards proceeded to write in the manuscript more than five thousand notes and entries relating to biblical texts (though paradoxically he called the manuscript his "Blank Bible"). Only a fraction of the entries has ever been published. This volume presents a complete edition of the "Blank Bible" accompanied by an informative introduction, multiple appendices, and an extensive index.
This volume, perhaps the most unusual in Edwards' oeuvre, brings to light more clearly than ever before the full scope of his creative investment in biblical studies.