11. Owen’s Theology

By Michael Reeves

We have just become acquainted with the life and thought of the Puritan John Owen. We saw that he providentially arose from his anti-Puritan Laudian context at Oxford to become a Reformed theologian of the highest calibre and a prominent individual during the time of the Commonwealth and Protectorate.

We now take a more in-depth look at his theology, which demonstrated a broad intellect. Owen pursued grand projects, meshing together varied disciplines such as linguistics, biblical exegesis, historical theology, and doctrine. Specifically, his unique emphasis on the Trinity profoundly shaped his theology.

This series is provided courtesy of Ligonier Ministries. The associated DVD, Video/Audio Downloads and Study Guide are available to purchase from the Ligonier Ministries website.

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