Part 1. Wherein are explained and stated various terms and things belonging to the subject of the ensuing discourse Part 2. Wherein it is considered whether there is or can be any sort of freedom of will, as that wherein Arminians place the essence of the liberty of all moral agents; and whether asny such thing ever was or can be conceived of. Part 3.Wherein is inquired whether any such liberty of will as Arminians hold, be necessary to moral agency, virtue, praise, and dispraise, etc. Part 4. Wherin the chief grounds of the reasoning of Arminians, in support and defense of the aforementioned notions of liberty, moral agency, etc., and against the opposite doctrine, are considered. Conclusion
Colonial-era preacher and theologian Jonathan Edwards (1703-58) was a prolific author whose eloquent works inspired countless missionaries. He is the author of Dover's Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God and Other Puritan Sermons.