Now available to English readers - the first-ever 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 usually awkward style.
Lovers of theology, and particularly of the Puritans, will welcome this English translation of John Owen's Latin writings. The major portion of this volume is a history of theology from Adam to Christ. Owen characterizes evangelical theology as a gift of the Holy Spirit generating faith in Christ, holiness through Christ, and worship of Christ.