Jonathan Edwards and the freedom of the will

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Jonathan Edwards' Freedom of the Will has exercised considerable influence on contemporary Reformed thought about divine sovereignty and human freedom. For many, Edwards' work represents the gold standard of Reformed thinking about these topics. Recent scholarship on divine and human freedom in the era of Reformed orthodoxy suggests however that Edwards' views were in certain respects idiosyncratic in relation to the broader tradition. 

Readers interested in exploring this issue will benefit from the recent exchanges between Richard Muller and Paul Helm in the new journal, Jonathan Edwards Studies. For more details about how to access the relevant articles, check out this post at The Junius Blog.
Posted December 15, 2014 @ 1:47 PM by Scott Swain
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