John Owen : Trajectories in Reformed Orthodox Theology.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (232 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319608075Subject(s): Puritans--DoctrinesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: John Owen : Trajectories in Reformed Orthodox TheologyDDC classification: 285.9092 LOC classification: BL1-2790Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Intro -- 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 Affections -- Trinity 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 -- Conclusion -- Chapter 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 Reflection -- Chapter 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 Believers -- The 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 -- Analysis: Overestimation, Underestimation,and the Theologia Unionis -- Conclusions -- Chapter 7 Quid Est?: Theologoumena Pantodapa and John Owen's Trinitarian Prolegomena -- What Is the Purpose of Theologoumena Pantodapa?: Context and Analysis -- Context: Protestant Scholasticism -- Analysis of Theologoumena Pantodapa -- Owen's Title Reconsidered -- Owen's Stated Purpose -- The Content of the Work -- Conclusion -- "True Theology" and the "True Theologian" -- True Theology -- The True Theologian -- Conclusions -- Chapter 8 The Rising Prominence of John Owen: An Analysis of the Ashgate Research Companion to John Owen's Theology as a Window into the State of Owen Studies -- General Overview and Bibliography -- Analysis of Chapters.
"Reformed or Reforming? John Owen and the Complexity of Theological Codification for Mid-Seventeenth-Century England" -- "John Owen on Faith and Reason" -- "John Owen's Commentary on Hebrews in Context" -- "Covenant Theology as Relational Theology: The Contributions of Johannes Cocceius (1603-1669) and John Owen (1616-1683) to a Living Reformed Theology" -- "Impetration and Application in John Owen's Theology" -- "John Owen, Renaissance Man? the Evidence of Edward Millington's Bibliotheca Oweniana (1648)" -- "The Spirit as Gift: Explorations in John Owen's Pneumatology" -- "Beholding the Glory of God in the Face of Jesus Christ:John Owen and the 'Reforming' of the Beatific Vision" -- "Christ's Priestly Oblation and Intercession: Their Development and Significance in John Owen" -- "The Significance of John Owen for Modern Christology" -- "John Owen's Doctrine of the Trinity in Its Catholic Context" -- "Justification and Mystical Union with Christ:Where Does Owen Stand?" -- "Owen's Personality: The Man Behind the Theology" -- "John Owen and the Puritan Toleration Controversy, 1646-59" -- "'The Fire that Kindleth All Our Sacrifices to God:'Owen and the Work of the Holy Spirit in Prayer" -- "From Life's First Cry: John Owen on Infant Baptismand Infant Salvation" -- "John Owen's Gospel Offer: Well-Meant or not?" -- Conclusion -- Works Cited -- Index.
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