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« John Owen (c.1560-1622)
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John Owen (1616-1683)
TraditionPuritan, ReformedReferenceen | STCN | DNB1Academic TitleVice-Chancellor, Oxford (1652-1660)
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[Sermons] (London : Johnstone and Hunter)
Vol. 8 (1851)
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Vol. 9 (1851) IA 
Air diomhaireachd ghlormhoir pearsa Criosd : maille ri gliocas, agus gradh, agus cumhachd neo-Chriochnach Dhe 'na dhealbhadh agus 'na chomh-shuidheachadh ([Inverness] : Clo-bhuailte do'n eadar-theangair, 1884)
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Animadversions on a treatise intituled Fiat lux, or, A guide in differences of religion, between papist and Protestant, Presbyterian and independent by a Protestant. (London : E. Cotes, for Henry Cripps ... and George West ..., 1662)
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An Answer unto Two Questions: with Twelve arguments against any conformity to worship, not of divine institution. [By John Owen.] MS. notes [by Henry Birch]. (Manning & Mason, 1839)
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The branch of the Lord, the beauty of Sion: or, The glory of the Church, in it's relation unto Christ·:Opened in two sermons; one preached at Berwick, the other at Edinburgh. By John Owen, minister of the Gospel. (Edinburgh : Evan Tyler, 1650)
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A brief and impartial account of the nature of the Protestant religion its present state in the world, its strength and weakness, with the wayes and indications of the ruine or continuance of its publick national profession (London : J.A., and are to be sold by Benjamin Alsop ..., 1682)
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A brief and impartial account of the nature of the Protestant religion, by a Protestant [J. Owen.]. (London, 1682)
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A brief declaration and vindication of the doctrine of the Trinity as also of the person and satisfaction of Christ (London : R.W. for Nath. Ponder ..., 1669)
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A brief declaration and vindication of the doctrine of the Trinity: as also, of the persn and satisfaction of Christ : accomodated to the capacity and use of such as may be in danger to be seduced, and the establishment of the truth, 8th ed. (Napier and Khull for R. Hutchison and J. Steell, 1798)
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A brief instruction in the worship of God, and discipline of the churches of the New Testament, by way of question and answer with an explication and confirmation of those answers. (London, 1667)
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A brief vindication of the non-conformists from the charge of schisme as it was managed against them in a sermon preached before the Lord Mayor by Dr. Stillingfleet, Dean of St. Pauls. (London : Nathaniel Ponder ..., 1680)
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The chamber of imagery in the Church of Rome laid open; or, An antidote against popery, a sermon (1870)
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Christologia, or a Declaration of the Glorious Mystery of the Person of Christ, God and Man (1812)
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Christologia, or, A declaration of the glorious mystery of the person of Christ, God and man: with the infinite wisdom, love and power of God in the contrivance and constitution thereof; as also of the grounds and reasons of his incarnation, the nature of his ministry in heaven, the present ... (Ebenezer Miller, 1790)
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Christologia: Or a Declaration of the Glorious Mystery of the Person of Christ, God and Man ... (Tims, 1831)
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Christologia: Or, a Declaration of the Glorious Mystery of the Person of Christ, God and Man. With the Infinite Wisdom, Love and Power of God in the Contrivance and Constitution Thereof ... With an Account and Vindication of the Honour, Worship, Faith, Love and Obedience Due Unto Him, in and ... (London : Nathaniel Ponder, 1679)
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The church of Rome, no safe guide, or, Reasons to prove that no rational man, who takes due care of his own eternal salvation, can give himself up unto the conduct of that church in matters of religion by John Owen ... (London : Nathaniel Ponder ..., 1679)
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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 : 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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