Jonathan Edwards's Writings: Text, Context, Interpretation

Stephen J. Stein
Indiana University Press, 1996 M11 22 - 240 páginas
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"This book will take its place in libraries next to the finest works abou;this creative thinker." -- Religious Studies Review

"... gives a fine sense of the present state and the future direction of Edwards studies... Recommended for upper-division undergraduate and graduate students." -- Choice

"... this volume opens up new windows, not only on previously neglected texts of Jonathan Edwards, but on the larger cultural functions and effects of those texts." -- Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences

Here is a compact survey of current Edwards scholarship. These essays present groundbreaking contemporary scholarship focusing on the writings of the 18th-century American philosopher and theologian Jonathan Edwards. They range widely across the Edwardsian canon, including his most prominent and important published texts -- Religious Affections and The Nature of True Virtue -- as well as unfamiliar treatises and sermons.

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Edwardss Sermon Series on the Parable
Religious Discourse CHRISTOPHER GRASSO
and The Harmony of the Old and New Testament
Part II
Moral Sense Theory RICHARD A S HALL
A Reassessment
Evangelical Women Making Sense of Late
Edwards A Park and the Creation of the New England Theology
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Página 100 - Square held human nature to be the perfection of all virtue, and that vice was a deviation from our nature, in the same manner as deformity of body is. Thwackum, on the contrary, maintained that the human mind, since the fall, was nothing but a sink of iniquity, till purified and redeemed by grace.
Página 36 - John Locke. An Essay concerning Human Understanding. Ed. Peter H. Nidditch. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1975.
Página 107 - It seems, above all other arts, peculiarly conversant about order, proportion, and symmetry. May it not therefore be supposed, on all accounts, most likely to help us to some rational notion of the je ne sais quoi, in beauty ? And, in effect, have we not learned from this digression, that as there is no beauty without proportion, so proportions are to be esteemed just and true, only as they are relative to some certain use or end, their aptitude and subordination to which end is, at bottom, that...
Página 21 - I hope I do truly find a heart to give up myself wholly to God, according to the tenor of that covenant of grace which was sealed in my baptism ; and to walk in a way of that obedience to all the commandments of God, which the covenant of grace requires, as long as I live.
Página 14 - I know there is a great aptness in men who suppose they have had some experience of the power of religion, to think themselves sufficient to discern and determine the state of others by a little conversation with them; and experience has taught me that this is an error. I once did not imagine that the heart of man had been so unsearchable as it is. I am less charitable, and less uncharitable than once I was. I find more things in wicked men that may counterfeit, and make a fair...
Página 38 - Dissertation on the Scriptural qualifications for admission and access to the Christian Sacraments, and on his Strictures on a Discourse concerning the Church, 1794.
Página 48 - The True Nature of Imposture Fully Display'd in the Life of Mahomet. With A Discourse annex'd for the Vindication of Christianity from this Charge. Offered to the Consideration of the Deists of the Present Age.
Página 115 - There seems to be an inconsistence in some writers on morality, in this respect, that they do not wholly exclude a regard to the Deity out of their schemes of morality, but yet mention it so slightly, that they leave me room and reason to suspect they esteem it a less important, subordinate part of true morality...
Página 65 - In the sixth edition was added, a discourse concerning the connexion of the prophecies in the Old Testament, and the application of them to Christ : and an answer to a seventh letter concerning the argument à priori.
Página 53 - ... showing the universal, precise, and admirable correspondence between predictions and events. The second part, considering the Types of the Old Testament, shewing the evidence of their being intended as representations of the great things of the gospel of Christ; and the agreement of the type with the antitype. The third and great part, considering the Harmony of the Old and New Testament, as to doctrine and precept. In the course of this work, I find there will be occasion for an explanation...

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STEPHEN J. STEIN is Chancellors' Professor of Religious Studies, Adjunct Professor of History, and Chair of the Department of Religious Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington. He is a member of the Editorial Board of The Works of Jonathan Edwards, editor of volume 5 in that edition (Apocalyptic Writings) and author of The Shaker Experience in America: A History of the United Society of Believers, which was awarded the Philip Schaff Prize in 1994 by the American Society of Church History.

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