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Jonathan Edwards on the Divine Nature

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In the recent literature there have been several accounts of Jonathan Edwards's doctrine of God (Theology Proper). In this paper, I offer a rather different interpretation of Edwards, showing that his understanding of the divine nature is much more in keeping with the Reformed scholastic tradition in which he was educated, despite the fact that he ends up embracing a version of panentheism.

Affiliations: 1: Reader in Theology, University of Bristol, UK;, Email: oliver.crisp@bristol.ac.uk

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2009-06-01
2016-07-26

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