The Writings of Jonathan Edwards: Theme, Motif, and Style

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Index
Abraham, 51
Account of the Life of the Late Reverend Mr. David Brainerd, An, 96-101, 107-111
Adam, 38; and covenant of works, 51; fall of, 5, 50, 123, 126; family of, 125, 130; and reason, 80; special wisdom of, 31
affections, 12, 18, 87, 132; appeal to, in preaching, 145; and awareness of God, 22, 92, 149; and conversion, 88-92; defined, 88; distinguishing among, 97; and reason, 80; and sin, 127
Ames, William, 94
Antichrist, 51
antinomianism, 84, 95, 139
Arminianism, 35, 36, 95, 122
Augustine, Saint, 103, 146
Bacon, Roger, 146
baptism, 101, 103-105
Bartlet, Phebe, 41-45
beauty, 30, 36, 62, 91, 92, 130-132, 141; general and particular, 129-130
Bible, 28, 56; as divine revelation, 15, 31. See also Scripture
Billingsgate, Mass., 84
Bonaventure, Saint, 146
Boston, Mass., 17, 23, 26, 27, 40
Brainerd, David, 96-100, 107-110
Breck, Robert, 45
Buel, Samuel, 114
Calvinism, 7, 118, 122, 123
Careful and Strict Enquiry into the Modern Prevailing Notions of That Freedom of the Will, A, 117-123, 126, 127, 138
Christ, 13, 62, 106; and day of mercy, 78; and family hierarchy, 45, 73, 113-115, 125, 142; as lion and lamb, 18-23; ministers as ambassadors of, 85, 86, 147; and redemption, 51- 52, 54, 56-58; true identity achieved through, 55, 61, 72, 135, 150; and visible saints, 104. See also divine communication; Incarnation
Christ the Great Example of Gospel Ministers, 147
"Church's Marriage to Her Sons, and to Her God, The," 85, 114
Clark, Peter, 106
College of New Jersey, 128, 137
Colman, Benjamin, 40, 41
Connecticut "Collegiate School," 7, 17
Connecticut Valley, 13 Constantine, 51

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Title Page 1
  • [1] - Nature and the Mind: Early Writings 3
  • [2] - Reason and Intuition: Early Sermons 17
  • [3] - Parents and Children: Works of the Postrevival Period 40
  • [4] - Affections and the Self: Writings During The Great Awakening 67
  • [5] - Virtue and Identity: Last Works 112
  • [6] - Pastor and Prophet: Conclusion 140
  • Works Cited 151
  • Index 155
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