Jonathan Edwards on Nature and Destiny a Systematic Analysis
|Author: ||Cooey, Paula|
Intended to provide a corrective to the general neglect of the central importance of nature and the apocalyptic dimension in Edwards' theology. Traces the movement of Edwards' thought from his own religious experience to God, anthropology, Christology, soteriology, typology, and eschatology.
"A work of particular interest to upper-division undergraduates, theological students, and graduate school students . . . ." - Choice
"The study is instructive in its effort to apprehend Edwards' system as a whole, and in its relating, therein, of creation, revelation, and redemption in the divine economy." - Religious Studies Review