• Philosophy
  • Published 2001

The Trinitarian Theology of Jonathan Edwards: An Investigation of Charges against Its Orthodoxy

@inproceedings{Weber2001TheTT,
  title={The Trinitarian Theology of Jonathan Edwards: An Investigation of Charges against Its Orthodoxy},
  author={Richard M. Weber},
  year={2001}
}
The study of the Trinitarian theology of Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) remains significant at the outset of the twenty-first century, for it is in his Trinitarianism that one clearly observes Edwards’s affinity for philosophical speculation merging with traditional Reformed orthodoxy that he never abandoned. As Amy Plantinga-Pauw has observed, it is in Edwards’s Trinitarian thought that “his penchant for creative speculation and synthesis and the deep practical piety of his Puritan tradition… CONTINUE READING