God of Grace & God of Glory: An Account Of The Theology Of Jonathan Edwards
A&C Black, 2000 M11 1 - 471 páginas
Jonathan Edwards is increasingly recognized as one of the church's most interesting and significant theologians, yet synthesizing his thought has proven difficult. This new study by Stephen Holmes finds a key to the whole of Edwards's theology in the concept of "glory."
Based on readings of all of Edwards's major works and making use of important unpublished materials, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to Edwards for nonspecialists and, at the same time, makes an original contribution to Edwards scholarship.
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