You may not be attracted to Jonathan Edwards’ particular model of determinism and compatibilism. Such is fine. You may think you have good reasons to reject his system. Perhaps you do. But, that he commits an elementary fallacy in modal logic—confusing the necessity of the consequence with the necessity of the consequent—should not be one of those reasons.Read the rest here: Myth Busters: Jonathan Edwards Committed a Modal Fallacy | Analytic Theology, et cetera
March 10, 2014
In Defense of Edwardsian Theological Determinism
Was Jonathan Edwards' brand of Calvinism a bunch of fallacious nonsense? No.