The complete title includes,"An Inquiry into the Modern Prevailing Notions of the Freedom of the Will which is Supposed to be Essential to Moral Agency, Virtue and Vice, Reward and Punishment, Praise and Blame."
"Considered Edwards' finest work, the treatise is a monument of American philosophy," noted Christian History magazine (Vol. 4, No. 4, p. 19).
John H. Gerstner writes,
"In this book, Edwards annihilated false views of the will that prevailed in his century and in ours, in order that men may know how to believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and be saved. This profoundest of all Edwards' works is essentially and intentionally and evangelistic tract."
R.C. Sproul also commented,
"I believe this is the most important theological book ever published in America."
A detailed, careful, and strongly Calvinistic look at this important question.