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The theology of Jonathan Edwards

Author: Michael J MacClymond; Gerald R MacDermott
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, cop. 2012.
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Named Person: Jonathan Edwards
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael J MacClymond; Gerald R MacDermott
ISBN: 0199791686 9780199791682 0199791600 9780199791606
OCLC Number: 794501701
Awards: Winner of Christianity Today Book Award (Theology/Ethics) 2013
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 757 p.) : ill.
Contents: Part I. Introduction : historical, cultural, and social contexts --
ch. 1. Overture to a symphony --
ch. 2. Edwards : a theological life --
ch. 3. Edwards's intellectual context --
ch. 4. Edwards's spirituality --
ch. 5. The questions of development : did Edwards change? --
Part II. Topics in Edwards's theology --
ch. 6. Beauty and aesthetics --
ch. 7. Metaphysics --
ch. 8. Typology : scripture, nature, and all of reality --
ch. 9. Revelation : scripture, reason, and tradition --
ch. 10. Apologetics --
ch. 11. Biblical exegesis --
ch. 12. The concept of a history of redemption --
ch. 13. God as Trinity : Father, Son, and Holy Spirit --
ch. 14. The end of God in creation --
ch. 15. Providence and history --
ch. 16. the person and work of Jesus Christ --
ch. 17. The Holy Spirit --
ch. 18. The angels in the plan of salvation --
ch. 19. Heaven is a world of love --
ch. 20. The affection and the human person --
ch. 21. Edwards's Calvinism and theology of the covenants --
ch. 22 Free will and original sin --
ch. 23. Salvation, grace, and faith : an overvierw --
ch. 24. Conversion : a divine and supernatural light --
ch. 25. Justification and sanctification --
ch. 26. the theme of divinization --
ch. 27. Theology of revival --
ch. 28. The church --
ch. 29. Edwards on (and in) the ministry --
ch. 30. The sacraments : baptism and the Lord's Supper --
ch. 31. The voice of the great God : a theology of preaching --
ch. 32. Pulic theology, society, and America --
ch. 33. True virtue, Christian love, and ethical theory --
ch. 34. Edwards on (and in) mission --
ch. 35. Eschatology --
ch. 36. Christianity and other religions --
Part III. Legacies and affinitites : Edwards's disciples and interpreters --
ch. 37. Selective readings : Edwards and the new divinity --
ch. 38. Mixed reactions : Princeton and Andover Seminaries and nineteenth-century American culture --
ch. 39. New beginnings : the twentieth-century recovery of Jonathan Edwards --
ch. 40. Interpretations I : Edwards and modern philosophy --
ch. 41. Interpretations II : Jonathan Edwards and the reformed tradition --
ch. 42. Intrepretations III : Edwards and the revival tradition --
ch 43. Interpretations IV : Edwards and the Catholic and Orthodox traditions --
ch. 44. Interpretations V : Edwards and contemporary theology --
ch. 45. Conclusion : Edwards as a theological bridge.
Responsibility: Michael J. McClymond and Gerald R. McDermott.


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