Jonathan Edwards is of perennial fascination and the topic of justification is in vogue. This book on Edwards and his views of justification will thus garner a significant level of interest as many scholars continue to look to Edwards to inform their views. Josh Moody has brought together an international team of six Edwards scholars to address the matter of Edwards and justification fairly, thoroughly, and with a view to showing that Edwards was more conservative on this matter than has been thought. The contributors also demonstrate how Edwards's theories are helpful in addressing some of the pressing issues at hand. With substantial scholarship from experts such as Rhys Bezzant (Australia), Michael McClenahan (Ireland), and Doug Sweeney (America), this text speaks credibly and winsomely to the needs of the church and the academy.