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John Owen (1616-1683)
TraditionPuritan, ReformedReferenceen | STCN | DNB1Academic TitleVice-Chancellor, Oxford (1652-1660)
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The doctrine of justification by faith, through the imputation of the righteousness of Christ, explained, confirmed, and vindicated (Luckman & Suffield, 1797)
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The doctrine of the saints perseverance, explained and confirmed, or, The certain permanency of their 1. acceptation with God & 2. sanctification from God manifested & proved from the 1. eternal principles 2. effectuall causes 3. externall meanes thereof ... vindicated in a full answer to the discourse of Mr. John Goodwin against it, in his book entituled Redemption redeemed : with some digressions concerning 1. the immediate effects of the death of Christ ... : with a discourse touching the epistles of Ignatius, the Episcopacy in them asserted, and some animadversions on Dr. H.H. his dissertations on that subject (London : Leon. Lichfield ..., 1654)
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De dodinge der sonde in de gelovige. Vertonende des selfs nootsakelijkheyt, nature, en de middelen daar toe: met een oplossing van verscheyden gevallen van conscientie, daer toe behoorende (Amsterdam : Johannes Boekholt, 1683)
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De dooding der zonde in de geloovigen (Höveker, 1857)
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Dr. John Owen's two short catechisms wherein the principles of the doctine of Christ are unfolded and explained : proper for all persons to learn before they be admitted to the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, and composed by him for the use of all congregations in general. (London : Will. Marshal ..., 1700)
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The duty of pastors and people distingushed [sic]. Or A briefe discourse, touching the administration of things commanded in religion.: Especially concerning the means to be used by the people of God (distinct from church-officers) for the increasing of divine knowledge in themselves and others. Wherein bounds are prescribed to their peformances, their liberty is enlarged to the utmost extent of the dictates of nature and rules of charity: their duty laid downe in directions, drawn from Scripture-precepts, and the practise of Gods people in all ages. Together with the severall wayes of extraordinary calling to the office of publike teaching, with what assurance such teachers may have of their calling, and what evidence they can give of it, unto others. (London : L. N. for Philemon Stephens, at the gilded Lion in Pauls Church-yard, 1644)
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Eadar-mhineachadh air Salm CXXX : anns am bheil nadur agus firinn maitheanas peacaidh air an cur an ceill : agus cor anama ann an amhghar o chionta peacaidh, agus air fhuasgladh le sealladh de mhaitheanas ann an Dia, air fhosgladh, vol. 127 (Inbhirnis :, 1896)
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Eben-ezer: a memoriall of the deliverance of Essex, county, and committee, being an exposition on the first ten verses of the third chapter of the prophesie of Habakkuk in two sermons. The first preached at Colchester before his Excellency on a day of thanksgiving for the surrender thereof. The other at Rumford unto the committee who were imprisoned by the enemy Sep. 28. a day set apart unto thanksgiving for their deliverance. (London : W. Wilson, for the authour, 1648)
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An enquiry into the original, nature, institution, power, order and communion of evangelical churches. The first part with an answer to the discourse of the unreasonableness of separation written by Dr. Edward Stillingfleet, Dean of Pauls, and in defence of the vindication of non-conformists from the guilt of schisme (London : J. Richardson, for Nath. Ponder ..., and Sam. Lee ..., 1681)
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Eschcol: a Cluster of the Fruit of Canaan, brought to the borders for the encouragement of the saints travelling thitherwards ... or Rules of direction for the walking of the Saints in fellowship, according to the order of the Gospel, 6th ed. ([n.d.])
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Escol, swp o ffrwyth Canaan ... Wedi ei gymreigio gan Joseph James, trans. Joseph JAMES (Translator.) (1815)
GB 
Eshcol a cluster of the fruit of Canaan; brought to the borders, for the encouragement of the saints, travelling thither-ward, with their faces towards Syon. Or, Rules of direction, for the walking of the saints in fellowship, according to the order of the Gospel. Collected and explained for the use of the Church at Coggeshall, by John Owen their pastor. (London : Philemon Stephens, and are to be sold at his shop, at the sign of the gilded Lyon in S. Pauls Church-yard, 1648)
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Esponiad ymarferol ar salm y cxxx, ... lle y mae natur maddenat pechod yn cael ei ddangos; y gwirionedd a'r sylweddolrwydd o hono yn cael ei gadarnhau; ac achos eneidiau mewn cyfyngder gan enogrwydd pechod, ac yn cael eu rhyddhau trwy amlygiad o faddeuant gyda Duw, yn cael ymdrin yn helaeth a hwynt, trans. David Williams (Argraffwyd gan J. Jenkins, 1827)
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Evangely-gronden en baerblykelykheden van het gelove van Gods uytverkorenen ... (Johannes Hasebroek, 1738)
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Exercitations concerning the ... Day of Sacred Rest, etc, 2nd ed. (1831)
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Exercitations concerning the name, original, nature, use, and continuance of a day of sacred rest wherein the original of the Sabbath from the foundation of the world, the morality of the Fourth commandment with the change of the Seventh day are enquired into : together with an assertion of the divine institution of the Lord's Day, and practical directions for its due observation (London : R.W. for Nath. Ponder, 1671)
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Exercitations on the Epistle to the Hebrew, 2nd ed., ed. George Wright (Baptist minister) (1812)
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Exercitations on the Epistle to the Hebrews also concerning the Messiah wherein the promises concerning him to be a spiritual redeemer of mankind are explained and vindicated, his coming and accomplishment of his work according to the promises is proved and confirmed, the person, or who he is, is declared, the whole oeconomy of the mosaical law, rites, worship, and sacrifice is explained : and in all the doctrine of the person, office, and work of the Messiah is opened, the nature and demerit of the first sin is unfolded, the opinions and traditions of the antient and modern Jews are examined, their objections against the Lord Christ and the Gospel are answered, the time of the coming of the Messiah is stated, and the great fundamental truths of the Gospel vindicated : with an exposition and discourses on the two first chapters of the said epistle to the Hebrews (London : Robert White for Nathaniel Ponder ..., 1668)
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Exercitations on the Epistle to the Hebrews, also concerning the Messiah (London, 1668)
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An exposition of the epistle to the Hebrew with the preliminary exercitations, vol. 2 (Armstrong, 1812)
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