American theologian and
philosopher (1703-1758). Edwards,
a Congregationalist minister, was one of the central figures of the
mid-eighteenth-century religious revival in New England known as the Great
Awakening. His Treatise
Concerning Religious Affections (1746) was one of his most important
religious works. He also wrote on
philosophical topics, including The Freedom
of the Will (1754).
by: Thomas Dixon
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