Using as his starting point the thesis of a work Edwards left for publication when he died—that God’s fundamental decision that there should be something other than himself is based on a desire to promote the overflow of his own glory—Holmes shows how Edwards’s use of “glory” clarifies his thought in such areas as creation, salvation, the church, and his notorious description of hell.
Based on readings of all Edwards’s major works as well as important unpublished materials, this book offers a comprehensive introduction to Edwards for nonspecialists and makes an original contribution to Edwards scholarship.
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