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John Owen (1616-1683)
TraditionPuritan, ReformedReferenceen | STCN | DNB1Academic TitleVice-Chancellor, Oxford (1652-1660)
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A continuation of the exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews viz, on the sixth, seventh, eight, ninth, and tenth chapters : wherein together with the explication of the text and context, the priesthood of Christ ... are declared, explained and confirmed : as also, the pleas of the Jews for the continuance and perpetuity of their legal worship, with the doctrine of the principal writers of the Socinians about these things, are examined and disproved (London : Nathaniel Ponder ..., 1680)
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The Death of death in the death of Christ : a treatise of the redemption and reconciliation that is in the blood of Christ, with the merit thereof, and the satisfaction wrought thereby : wherein the proper end of the death of Christ is asserted ; the immediate effects and fruits thereof assigned, with their extent in respect of its object ; and the whole controversy about universal redemption fully discussed / by Dr.John Owen (New York : Alexander Forester, [n.d.])
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The Death of death in the death of Christ : being a treatise of the redemption and reconciliation that is in the blood of Christ ; wherein the whole controversy about universal redemption is fully discussed : in four parts (Carlisle, (Pennsylvania) : George Kline, 1792)
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The death of death in the death of Christ. Being a treatise of the redemption and reconciliation that is in the blood of Christ; wherein the whole controversy about universal redemption, is fully discussed: in four parts. By John Owen, D.D (Carlisle, (Pennsylvania) : George Kline, 1792)
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Diatriba de Iustitia divina
1653GB 
Oxonia, 1653BSB 
A discourse concerning evangelical love, church-peace and unity with the occasions and reasons of present differences and divisions about things sacred and religious, written in the vindication of the principles and practise of some ministers and others. (London, 1672)
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A Discourse Concerning Evangelical Love, Church-peace, & Unity: With the Occasions & Reasons to Present Differences and Divisions about Things Sacred and Religious (London : Printed, and are to be sold by D. Newman, at the Kings-Armes in the Poultry, 1673)
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A discourse concerning liturgies, and their imposition (London, 1662)
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A discourse concerning the Holy Spirit wherein an account is given of His name, nature, personality, dispensation, operations, and effects, also the nature and necessity of Gospel Holiness, and the difference between grace and morality (Philadelphia : Presb. Bd. of Pub, [n.d.])
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A discourse concerning the Holy Spirit: wherein an account is given of His name, nature, personality, dispensation, operations and effects. Also the Nature and necessity of gospel holiness, and the difference between grace and morality, ed. George Burder (Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1841)
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A discourse of the work of the Holy Spirit in prayer with a brief enquiry into the nature and use of mental prayer and forms (London : Nathanael Ponder ..., 1682)
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A Display of Arminianism, ed. Samuel Burder (R. Edwards, 1809)
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A Display of Arminianism. A new edition, revised ... by the Rev. S. Burder (1809)
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A dissertation on divine justice, or, The claims of vindicatory justice asserted ... (London : L.J. Higham and J. Murgatroyd, 1770)
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A dissertation on divine justice, or, The claims of vindicatory justice asserted: in this work that essential property of the divine nature is demonstrated from the sacred writings, and clearly defended against Socinus and his followers ... ([n.d.])
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A dissertation on divine justice: or, The claims of vindicatory justice asserted: In this work the essential property of the divine nature is demonstrated from the sacred writings, and clearly defended against Socinus and his followers: likewise, the necessary exercise thereof; together with the ... ([n.d.])
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The Doctrine of Justification by Faith ... Explained ... A New Edition ... Abridged [by G. Wright], Etc (1823)
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The doctrine of justification by faith through the imputation of the righteousness of Christ explained ... and vindicated, ed. George Wright (Baptist minister) (1823)
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The Doctrine of Justification by Faith through the imputation of the Righteousness of Christ, explained, confirmed and vindicated (1816)
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