Biographies and essays describing the life of Jonathan Edwards and his theology.
"Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) is probably the best example in this country of a predestinarian evangelist. This New England Puritan preached, with equal vigor and insistence, the decrees of God and the responsibility of men." (John H. Gerstner; Jonathan Edwards, Evangelist; Soli Deo Gloria Publications; 1995; Page 13)
"As a Bible lover, a Calvinist, a teacher of heart-religion, a gospel preacher of unction and power, and, above all, a man who loved Christ, hated sin, feared God, Edwards was a pure Puritan; indeed, one of the greatest of all the Puritans." ("Edwards an the Theology of Revival", from The Puritan Papers Vol. 2, J.I. Packer, page 28. P&R Publishing, 2001).