Biblical theology, or, The nature, origin, development, and study of theological truth, in six books : in which are examined the origins and progress of both true and false religious worship, and the most notable declensions and revivals of the church, from the very beginning of the world ...
The major portion of this volume is a history of theology from Adam to Christ. Appendixed to this important work is Owen's Defense of Scripture against Modern Fanatacism. The Defense is an affirmation that the Bible is the perfect, authoritative, and complete Word of God. Owen also defends proper interpretation against what was known in his day as "inner light," and what is so common in our day- subjective, experience-driven interpretation
Print Book, English, ©1994
Soli Deo Gloria Publications, Morgan, PA, ©1994
6 volumes in 1 (l, 861 pages) ; 23 cm
Book 1. Natural theology
Book 2. Theology from Adam to Noah
Book 3. Theology from Noah to Abraham
Book 4. Theology from Abraham to Moses
Book 5. Theology from Moses to Christ
Book 6. Evangelical theology
Appendix: A defense of scripture against modern fanatacism
"With additional discussions on universal grace, the rise of the sciences, Bellarmine's Roman "Notes on the church," the origin of writing, the antiquity of the Hebrew language, and it vowel-pointing, translations of sacred scripture, Jewish rites, and other matters."