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Remarks on important theological controversies. By the late Reverend Dr. Jonathan Edwards, President of the College of New Jersey. [Jonathan Edwards] Edwards, Jonathan, The life and character of the late reverend, learned, and pious Mr. Jonathan Edwards, president of the College of New-Jersey: together with extracts from his private writings and diary.
And, also eighteen select sermons on various important subjects Jonathan Edwards (–) was a preacher, theologian, and missionary to Native Americans. Edwards “is widely acknowledged to be America’s most important and original philosophical theologian,” and one of America’s greatest Book Description.
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Remarks on Important Theological Controversies. Edinburgh, The Theological Questions of President Edwards Senior and Dr. Edwards, his Son Introduction to Historical Theology by C. Matthew McMahon, Ph.D., Th.D. This section of A Puritan’s Mind serves as an introductory overview to Historical word “theology” is divided into two Greek words: theos (God) and logos ().Basically, theology is a “word about God.” Notes.
The following books by Jonathan Edwards are published by the Banner of Truth: The Works of Jonathan Edwards 4 Charity and its Fruits 5 The Religious Affections 6 Jonathan Edwards on Revival 7 Jonathan Edwards on Knowing Christ 8.
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