Students and scholars alike will appreciate this masterful English translation of Owen's Latin writings. Originally published in 1661, this work by the great Puritan theologian discusses the natural theology of the fall and its subsequent stages, including the Adamic (antediluvian), Noachic (postdiluvian), Abrahamic, Mosaic, and Evangelical. Stephen Westcott's crisp translation streamlines Owen's style. 861 pages, hardcover from Soli Deo Gloria.
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Date:September 10, 2011
This is one of the easiest John Owen books to read due to its translation from Latin too English. I have really enjoyed the section most that discuses Evangelical Theology. It is a lot different than what I thought, it turned out to be one of the best discussions about the Holy Spirit that I have read. I know that he wrote a whole gigantic book on the Holy Spirit, but here he speaks in about 100 pages a wealth of information. If you read this book you will not be disapointed, I know that I have not.