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THE

WORKS

OF

JOHN OWEN, D.D.

EDITED BY

THE REV. WILLIAM H. GOOLD, D.D.,

EDINBURGH.

VOL. XII.

EDINBURGH:

T. & T. CLARK, 38, GEORGE STREET,

LONDON: HAMILTON, ADAMS, AND CO. DUBLIN: JOHN ROBERTSON.

MDCCCLXII.

MURRAY AND GIBB, PRINTERS, EDINBURGH,

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I.-Mr Biddle's first chapter examined - Of the Scriptures,

II.-Of the nature of God,

III.--Of the shape and bodily visible figure of God,

IV.-Of the attribution of passions and affections, anger, fear, repentance,

unto God-In what sense it is done in the Scripture,

V.-Of God's prescience or foreknowledge,

VI. Of the creation, and condition of man before and after the fali

,

VII. Of the person of Jesus Christ, and on what account he is the Son of God,

VIII.-An entrance into the examination of the Racovian Catechism in the

business of the deity of Christ-Their arguments against it an-

swered; and testimonies of the eternity of Christ vindicated,

IX.—The pre-eternity of Christ farther evinced-Sundry texts of Scripture

vindicated,

X.-Of the names of God given unto Christ,

XI.-Of the work of creation assigned to Jesus Christ, etc.—The confirmation

of his eternal deity from thence,

XII.-All-ruling and disposing providence assigned unto Christ, and his

eternal Godhead thence farther confirmed, with other testimonies

thereof,

XIII.-Of the incarnation of Christ, and his pre-existence thereunto,

XIV.-Sundry other testimonies given to the deity of Christ vindicated,

XV.-Of the Holy Ghost, his deity, graces, and operations,

XVI.-Of salvation by Christ,

XVII-Of the mediation of Christ,

XVIII.-Of Christ's prophetical office,

XIX.-of the kingly office of Jesus Christ, and of the worship that is ascribed

and due to him,

XX.–Of the priestly office of Christ-How he was a priest—When he en-

tered on his office- And how he dischargeth it,

XXI.-Of the death of Christ, the causes, ends, and fruits thereof, with an

entrance into the doctrine of his satisfaction thereby,

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XXII.—The several considerations of the death of Christ as to the expiation of

our sins thereby, and the satisfaction made therein-First, Of it as

a price; secondly, As a sacrifice,

XXIII.—Of the death of Christ as it was a punishment, and the satisfaction

made thereby,

XXIV.-Some particular testimonies evincing the death of Christ to be a pun-

ishment, properly so called,

XXV.-A digression concerning

the 53d chapter of Isaiah, and the vindication

of it from the perverse interpretation of Hugo GROTIUS,

XXVI.-Of the matter of the punishment that Christ underwent, or what he

suffered,

XXVII.—Of the covenant between the Father and the Son, the ground and foun-

dation of this dispensation of Christ's being punished for us and in

our stead,

XXVIII.–Of redemption by the death of Christ as it was a price or ransom,

XXIX.-Of reconciliation by the death of Christ as it is a sacrifice,

XXX.–The satisfaction of Christ, on the consideration of his death being a

punishment, farther evinced, and vindicated from the exceptions of

Smalcius,

XXXI.–Of election and universal grace-Of the resurrection of Christ from the

dead,

XXXII.—Of justification and faith,

XXXIII.—Of keeping the commandments of God, and of perfection of obedience

-How attainable in this life, .

XXXIV.-Of prayer; and whether Christ prescribed a form of prayer to be used

by believers; and of praying unto him and in his name under the

old testament,

XXXV.-Of the resurrection of the dead and the state of the wicked at the last

day,

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A REVIEW OF THE ANNOTATIONS OF HUGO GROTIUS.

VINDICIÆ EVANGELICÆ;

OR,

THE MYSTERY OF THE GOSPEL VINDICATED AND

SOCINIANISM EXAMINED,

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A CATECHISM CALLED “A SCRIPTURE CATECHISM,” WRITTEN BY J. BIDDLE, M. A., AND THE CATECHISM OF VALENTINUS SMALCIUS, COMMONLY CALLED

THE RACOVIAN CATECHISM;"

WITH

THE VINDICATION OF THE TESTIMONIES OF SCRIPTURE CONCERNING THE DEITY AND SATISFACTION OF JESUS CHRIST FROM THE PERVERSE EXPOSITIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS OF THEM BY HUGO GROTIUS, IN HIS

ANNOTATIONS ON THE BIBLE,

ALSO, AN APPENDIX,

IN VINDICATION OF SOME THINGS FORMERLY WRITTEN ABOUT THE DEATH OF CHRIST

AND THE FRUITS THEREOF FROM THE ANIMADVERSIONS OF MR. R. B.

BY JOHN OWEN, D.D.,

A SERVANT OF JESUS CHRIST IN THE WORK OF THE GOSPEL.

Μηδέ εμοί των ταύτα λέγονται απλώς πιστεύσης, εάν την απόδειξιν των καταγγελλομένων από θείων

peris ac ens y peepwy.-Cyril. Hieros., Catech. 4.

OXFORD: 1655.

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