Edwards on the Will: A Century of American Theological Debate

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Jonathan Edwards towered over his contemporaries-a man over six feet tall and a figure of theological stature-but the reasons for his power have been a matter of dispute. Edwards on the Will offers a persuasive explanation. In 1753, after seven years of personal trials, which included dismissal from his Northampton church, Edwards submitted a treatise, Freedom of the Will, to Boston publishers. Its impact on Puritan society was profound. He had refused to be trapped either by a new Arminian scheme that seemed to make God ...

Edwards on the Will: A Century of American Theological Debate 2008, Wipf & Stock Publishers, Eugene

ISBN-13: 9781556357176

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Edwards on the Will: A Century of American Theological Debate 1989, Wesleyan

ISBN-13: 9780819551931

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