Right Reason And The Princeton Mind
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This book draws some controversial conclusions that usurp the historiographical consensus that the Old Princetonian theologians were nothing less than Enlightenment rationalists. Instead, Paul Helseth establishes that they stood in the anthropological and epistemological mainstream of the Reformed tradition.The Princetonians conceived of right reason in an Augustinian, or moral, sense-not in an Enlightenment,or rationalistic, sense. They saw the renewed mind as a servant to the Holy Spirit, rather than Scripture being a servant to the mind.