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Supralapsarianism Reconsidered

Jonathan Edwards and the Reformed Tradition
  • By Phillip A. Hussey, Ivor J. Davidson, Ian A. McFarland
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Phillip A. Hussey examines the scholarship of Jonathan Edwards and interrogates the relationship between Christ and the decree within Reformed Theology; and reveals the contemporary theological significance of supralapsarian Christology.

In a late notebook entry, Jonathan Edwards offered a programmatic statement on the relation between Christ and predestination: "In that grand decree of predestination, or the sum of God's decrees...the appointment of Christ, or the decree respecting his person...must be considered first." This work unpacks the scope of Edwards's statement, both in terms of setting forth an interpretation of Edwards's own theology on the relation between Christ and the decree, as well as drawing out the larger insights of Edwards's reasoning for current theological reflection.

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    • SKU: 9780567714787
    • Manufacturer: BLOOMSBURY 3PL
    • ISBN 13: 9780567714787
    • Publication Date: 06/27/2024
    • Format: Hardcover
    • Author: Ian A. McFarland
    • Author: Ivor J. Davidson
    • Author: Phillip A. Hussey

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