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Jonathan Edwards and Justification by Faith

Throughout the early decades of Jonathan Edwards' ministry he engaged in a public and sustained debate with 'Arminian' theology, a crusade that contributed significantly to the events of the "Great Awakening". This book investigates the substance of this theological war. In establishing a clearer historical context for this polemic, McClenahan seeks to overturn the consensus that Edwards' own theology was a twisting of the Reformed tradition. By demonstrating that Edwards' interlocutor was the dead English Archbishop, John Tillotson, McClenahan provides the hermeneutical key for many.

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