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Title: The greatest instruction received from human writings : the legacy of Jonathan Edwards in the theology of Andrew Fuller
Authors: Chun, Chris
Supervisors: Holmes, Stephen
Keywords: Legacy of Jonathan Edwards
Andrew Fuller
Particular Baptists
Freedom of the will
Justification by faith
Religious affections
Humble attempt
Atonement
Issue Date: 2008
Abstract: This thesis focuses on the legacy of Jonathan Edwards on the Particular Baptists by way of apprehending theories held by their congregations during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. In particular, special attention is directed to the Edwardsean legacy as manifested in the theology of Andrew Fuller. The thesis positions itself between Edwards and Fuller in the transatlantic, early modern period and attempts by the two theologians to express a coherent understanding of traditional dogma within the context of the Enlightenment. The scope of the research traces Fuller’s theological indebtedness by way of historical reconstruction, textual expositions, and theological and philosophical implications of the following works: Freedom of the Will, Religious Affections, Humble Attempt, and Justification by Faith Alone et al. It identifies unique Edwardsean ideas as the basis for investigating whether such concepts permeate Fuller’s intellectual and spiritual life. In that process, the study establishes whether Fuller read and interpreted Edwards correctly or otherwise. This dissertation, therefore, endeavors to determine the extent of Edwards’s impact upon Fuller over and above such other influential factors, which could also have been considered influential in his works. An attempt to determine the parameters of such factors is the basis for the ensuing discussion.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10023/549
Type: Thesis
Publisher: University of St Andrews
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