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Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
"'The real life of Jonathan Edwards was the life of his Mind.” Her s the perfect example of a writer who emerged out of the passions, the feuds, and the anxieties of his society. Thus, in dealing with Jonathan Edwards and the thought which influenced New England for nearly a century after his death, it is necessary to deal first of all with the passions, the feuds, and the anxieties from which he arose. Without these there can really be no true understanding of' the man and his thought. It is legitimate to ask the question, “What are the factors that influenced the development of Jonathan Edwards?" This is the question which will be explored in the body of this paper.
Biggs, Donald L., "Factors Which Influenced the Development of Jonathan Edwards" (1956). Bachelor of Divinity. 505.
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