Jonathan Edwards’ Precocious Childhood, Oedipal Conflict, Mid-Life Identity Crisis, and Old Age Radicalization. Psychological Factors Shaping the Development of His Theology
A study into Edwards’ thought through the developmental stages of his life: conflicts with his father, creation of a new identity for himself at middle age, and his old age radicalization. All these dimensions of his life affected his theological perspective.
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