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The Thought of Jonathan Edwards

Jonathan Edwards Classic Studies Series

by Miklos Veto

Translated by Philip Choinière-Shields

Foreword by Harry S. Stout and Wilson H. Kimnach

Imprint: Wipf and Stock

520 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 1.04 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781498226240
  • Published: January 2021

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  • 9781498226264
  • Published: January 2021

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  • 9781498226257
  • Published: January 2021

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Jonathan Edwards is the greatest theologian of colonial America as well as its first important philosopher. As a theologian, he represents without any concession Calvinistic Orthodoxy, re-thought and re-lived through the experience of the Great Awakening. The large majority of his writings are of a theological character, yet this theology is articulated and expressed through a systematic philosophical reflection. Edwardsian thought covers three major areas: First, being, grace, and glory; then, the doctrine of the will extending to the study of the original sin and evil; finally, an entirely original theory of knowledge synthesizing spirituality, aesthetics, and epistemology. The present book, the first edition of which appeared in French almost thirty years ago, is a uniquely comprehensive study of the work of Jonathan Edwards. It discusses all the aspects of his thought over against the background of classical Protestant theology and of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Western philosophy. Our time witnesses a significant renewal of interest in Jonathan Edwards. Professor Veto's book should prove to be a major contribution to assist and to guide the readers of "America's Theologian."
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