By Frank Hugh Foster
First released in 1907, this article offers a systematic therapy of recent England theology and American dogmatic background. Frank Hugh Foster analyses the eighteenth-century upward push of the varsity of recent England theology, which grew to become the dominant university of concept in New England congregationalism and, as argued via Foster, a ‘world phenomenon’. The chapters come up from readings of a number of the exceptional perspectives of such contemporaries as Jonathan Edwards, Joseph Bellamy and Samuel Hopkins, putting them in the historic and theological context during which they constructed. a desirable and particular name, this reissue could be of price to scholars of theology and Church historical past with a specific curiosity within the improvement of yankee non secular proposal.
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A Genetic History of New England Theology (Routledge Revivals) by Frank Hugh Foster