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John Owen : Trajectories in Reformed Orthodox Theology.

Author: Ryan M McGraw
Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017.
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This book is a thorough study of John Owen. Owen has become recognized as one of the greatest Reformed theologians Great Britain ever produced, as well as one of the most significant theologians of the Reformed orthodox period. His theological interests were eclectic, exegetically based, and he sought to meet the needs of his times. This volume treats key areas in Owen's thought, including the Trinity, Old Testament  Read more...
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McGraw, Ryan M.
John Owen : Trajectories in Reformed Orthodox Theology.
Cham : Springer International Publishing, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ryan M McGraw
ISBN: 9783319608075 331960807X 9783319608068 3319608061 9783319608082 3319608088 9783319869384 3319869388
OCLC Number: 1002006642
Notes: Analysis: Overestimation, Underestimation, and the Theologia Unionis.
Description: 1 online resource (232 pages)
Contents: Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1 Introduction; Part I Trinity, Exegesis, and Law and Gospel; Chapter 2 Trinitarian Doxology: Reassessing John Owen's Contribution to Reformed Orthodox Trinitarian Theology; Identifying the Problem: Two Recent Treatments of Owen's Trinitarianism; Asking the Wrong Question of the Wrong Century; Diminishing Owen's Distinctiveness; Foundations of Owen's Trinitarian Theology; The Trinity and True Theology; Communion with the Divine Persons; Conclusion: Public Worship as the Culmination of Trinitarian Piety; Trinity and Scripture. Trinity and Spiritual AffectionsTrinity and Covenant; Trinity and Ecclesiology; Conclusion; Chapter 3 "The Foundation of the Old Testament": John Owen on Genesis 3:15 as a Window into Reformed Orthodox Old Testament Exegesis; Owen's Exegesis of Genesis 3:15; Glimpses from the Early Church on Genesis 3:15; The Controlling Importance of Genesis 3:15 in Owen's Thought; Owen's Textual Analysis of Genesis 3:15; Owen's Exegetical and Theological Principles; Owen's Principles Undergirding His Exposition; Owen's Principles Compared with John White; Owen's Principles Compared with Petrus van Mastricht. ConclusionChapter 4 The Threats of the Gospel: John Owen on What the LawGospel Distinction Is not; A Brief Background of the LawGospel Distinction; The LawGospel Distinction in Lutheran and Reformed Theology; Law and Gospel in the Savoy Declaration (1658); The Nature and Use of Gospel Threats; Preliminary Remarks; The Function of Threats Within the Gospel; Gospel Threats and the Duties of Ministers; A Preliminary Conclusion; Clarifying Owen's Use of "Law" and "Gospel"; "A Reverential Fear of God"; "Superadded to Those of the Law"; "The Guilt of the Unpardonable Sin"; Three Conclusions. Part II Practical Issues and Systematic ReflectionChapter 5 Faith Versus Sight: Owen on Images of Christ, the Second Commandment, and the Role of Faith in Reformed Theology; The Second Commandment and the Question of Images in Reformed Theology; Interpreting the Law of God; Interpreting the Second Commandment; Reformed Exposition of the Second Commandment and Images of Christ; Theological Implications Against Images of Christ; Owen on Faith Vs. Sight; The Glory of Christ; The Chamber of Imagery; Conclusion. Chapter 6 John Owen on the Holy Spirit: In Relation to the Trinity, Christ's Humanity, and BelieversThe Relation of Holy Spirit to the Trinity; The External Works of the Trinity Are Undivided(Opera Trinitatis Ad Extra Indivisa Sunt); " ... and the Son ..." (Filioque); The Peculiar Work of the Holy Spirit; The Relation of the Holy Spiritto the Incarnate Christ; The Work of the Spirit in Christ's Incarnation; The Work of the Spirit in Christ's Life and Ministry; The Work of the Spirit in Christ's Death; The Relation of Spirit to Believers; A Summary of Owen's Teaching.

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This book is a thorough study of John Owen. Owen has become recognized as one of the greatest Reformed theologians Great Britain ever produced, as well as one of the most significant theologians of the Reformed orthodox period. His theological interests were eclectic, exegetically based, and he sought to meet the needs of his times. This volume treats key areas in Owen's thought, including the Trinity, Old Testament exegesis, covenant theology, the law and the gospel, the nature of faith in relation to images of Christ, and prolegomena. The common theme tying them together is that John Owen helps us better understand the development and interrelationship of theology, exegesis, and piety in Reformed orthodox theology. By setting him in his international and cross-confessional contexts, the author seeks to use Owen as a window into the trajectory of Reformed orthodoxy in several key areas.

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