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The Enlightenment Period

The Philosophes

Who was Jonathan Edwards?

Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) was the third president of Princeton University, although he died a year after he was elected. He was educated at Yale, preached in New York City, and became a leader of the Great Awakening in 1729 in Massachusetts. His theology was a Puritan form of Calvinism.



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