Friday, April 28, 2006

A very helpful statement!

'No attentive reader can be unaware of a basic theological conservatism within Edwards's thought: he inherited a relatively stable Reformed tradition of theology, which he knew well, generally upheld, and where he made minor amendments was both clear and defensive about the fact.'

Stephen R. Holmes,

in 'Does Edwards Use a Dispositional Ontology?' in Jonathan Edwards: Philosophical Theologian Edited by Paul Helm and Oliver Crisp, p.101.


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