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Trinitarian Ethics of Jonathan Edwards (William J Danaher) Hardcover Book, (Westminster John Knox, 2004) 9780664227371
Trinitarian Ethics of Jonathan Edwards (William J Danaher) Hardcover Book, (Westminster John Knox, 2004) 9780664227371
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Title: The Trinitarian Ethics of Jonathan Edwards

Author: Danaher, William J

Publisher: Westminster John Knox; Publication Date: 2004

Hardcover; ISBN: 9780664227371

Volumes: 1; Pages: 352

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Examining the theological ethics of Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758), William Danaher shows that Edwards's doctrine of the Trinity both was foundational to Edwards's thought and is the necessary framework for understanding the theological and moral vision expressed in his writings. This Trinitarian interpretation identifies what distinctive contribution Edwards makes to contemporary Christian ethics, particularly concerning the nature of virtue, the will, sin, evil, and love.ContentsPreface Abbreviations Introduction "Partakers of the divine nature": Trinitarian and moral reflection in Edwards's psychological analogy The psychological analogy Psychological analogy and moral reflection Difficulties and points for further development Edwards's psychological analogy and recent Trinitarian theology "The society or family of the three": Trinitarian and moral reflection in Edwards's social analogy The social analogy The social analogy and moral reflection Difficulties and points for further development Edwards's social analogy and recent Trinitarian theology "A light that shines in the soul": the Trinitarian ethics of Edwards's Religious affections From analogy to anthropology The shape of the moral life Insights for contemporary virtue theory in theological ethics The "soul of virtue": a Trinitarian interpretation of Freedom of the will and Original sin Freedom of the will Original sin Conclusion The "Glorious society of created beings": a Trinitarian interpretation of Two dissertations and Charity and its fruits Two dissertations Edwards and contemporary love ethics Charity and its fruits Conclusion Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index of names Index of subjects
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