Editors' Introduction

Journal for the History of Reformed Pietism

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Title Editors' Introduction
 
Creator Editors, The
 
Subject History, Religion, Philosophy, Early Modern History, American Religious History, Post-reformation Studies
History, Religion, Philosophy, Early Modern History, American Religious History, Post-reformation Studies
 
Description Welcome to the fall 2021 issue of Jonathan Edwards Studies. This issue presents three important articles that speak to ongoing issues in the appraisal of Edwards' thought by applying current categories in philosophy and exegesis. In our lead article, Ken Miyagi utilizes Abram Van Engen's Sympathetic Puritans to see how that rubric, as enunciated in Edwards' view of the affections, helps us to understand his social ethics. Next, continuing his fruitful engagement with Edwards' End in Creation, Walter Schultz qualifies assertions about Edwards being a determinist by demonstrating three senses of contingency that appear in the late dissertation. And finally, Cameron Schweitzer enters the rich discussion of Edwards as a biblical expositor, countering a previous argument, advanced by a contributor to this journal, about Edwards' "feminine ecclesiology" as found in the "Blank Bible." Two reviews of recent important monographs in the field round out the issue. But before you move on, gentle reader, your humble editors bid you take a moment to pause over the tribute below and remember that scholarship is an endeavor in which we stand on the shoulders of previous generations.
 
Publisher Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale University
 
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Date 2021-11-29
 
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Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://jestudies.yale.edu/index.php/journal/article/view/523
 
Source Online Journal; Vol 11, No 2 (2021)0
2159-6875
2159-6875
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://jestudies.yale.edu/index.php/journal/article/view/523/319
 
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