Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) is widely regarded as America's most important and original philosophical theologian. Edwards
on God presents an historically informed and philosophically rigorous account of his philosophical arguments about God. Sebastian
Rehnman takes account of not only Edwards's immediate intellectual context but also the older tradition to which he belonged,
and explores Edward's philosophical theology with the tools of modern philosophy. Readers interested in Edwards, history of
ideas, metaphysics and especially the metaphysics of God will find this new contribution invaluable.