Apologetic for the Great Awaking
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In this book, Robert Davis Smart examines Edwards’s defense of the revival with particular attention to Chauncy’s criticisms, which have often been acknowledged but not previously subjected to thorough analysis. He sets forth historical and contextual factors that shaped Edwards and his generation, shows how Edwards emerged as a leader of the revival from its early days, and offers an updated survey of the modern attempts to interpret the Awakening theologically, sociologically, and historically.
Author: R D Smart
|Dimensions||235 × 159 × 25 mm|
Smart, Robert Davis, (Author)
Reformation Heritage Books (2011), 368 pages