Fb2 Jonathan Edwards, pastor: Religion and society in eighteenth century Northampton (American century series) ePub
by Patricia J Tracy
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|Author:||Patricia J Tracy|
|Publisher:||Hill and Wang; 1st edition (1980)|
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On 16 March 1742, Jonathan Edwards's church in Northampton adopted .
On 16 March 1742, Jonathan Edwards's church in Northampton adopted a new covenant of faith. The best overview of religion and economic ethics in eighteenth-century America contends that the Awakening led to the erosion of a social frame of reference for criticism of economic activity, since the evangelical clergy was skeptical of the noflon that simple fulfillment of a social role which contributed to an objective public good like the prosperity of the community had a religious. value : Crowley, J. This Sheba, Self. The Conceptualization of Economic Life in Eighteenth-Century America (Baltimore, 1974), p. 66.
The first full-length scholarly biography of Edwards in roughly half a century, Marsden's Jonathan Edwards joins the work of Ola Winslow, Jonathan Edwards, 1703-1758 (1940); Perry Miller, Jonathan Edwards (1949); Patricia Tracy, Jonathan Edwards, Pastor: Religion and Society in Eighteenth-Century Northampton (1980); lain Murray, Jonathan Edwards: A New Biography (1987); an.
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Edwards’s immediate disciples, Joseph Bellamy (pastor at Bethlehem, Connecticut), Samuel Hopkins (pastor at Great Barrington, Massachusetts, later at Newport, Rhode Island,), and Jonathan Edwards, J. developed some of his improvements into a distinct theological school; it was first called Hopkinsianism and later the New England Theology. Edwards’s influence on the intellectual character of American Protestantism for a century after his death was very pronounced, and he was widely read in the British Isles.
Patricia J. Tracy, Jonathan Edwards, Pastor: Religion and Society in Eighteenth-Century Northampton . Edwards preached this sermon, the fourth in his series. Tracy, Jonathan Edwards, Pastor: Religion and Society in Eighteenth-Century Northampton (New York: Hill and Wang, 1980), 3. Ibid. 20. This term was applied to Stoddard by Increase Mather in the Preface to John Quick, The Young Mans Claim Unto the Sacrament of the Lords Supper (Boston, 1700), 28-29. Thematic Summary Edwardss theme is set out distinctly in the title of the discourse, The Justice of God in the Damnation of Sinners.