Thomas Goodwin’s unusually large corpus of treatises display a pastoral and scholarly zeal rivaled by few Puritans. He represents the best in Puritanism in addressing the intellect, will, and heart. If you want to grow in grace and have your soul fed on deep things of God, buy and prayerfully read Goodwin’s Works.
Volume 1: Exposition of Ephesians 1
Volume 2: Expositions of Ephesians 2 – Exposition of Various Portions of Ephesians – Patience and Its Perfect Work
Volume 3: Exposition of the Book of Revelation – Certain Select Cases Resolved – Vanity of Thoughts Discovered
Volume 4: Christ Set Forth – Heart of Christ in Heaven – Aggravation of Sin – Encouragements to Faith – Glory of the Gospel – Knowledge of God the Father
Volume 5: Christ the Mediator – Supereminence of Christ – Reconciliation to God – The One Sacrifice – Reconciliation of Christ – Three Sermons on Heb. 1:1-2
Volume 6: The Work of the Holy Ghost in Our Salvation
Volume 7: Creatures and Their Condition in Creation – Gospel Holiness – Blessed State of Glory – Three Several Ages of Christians – Man’s Restoration by Grace, Repentance
Volume 8: The Object and Act of Justifying Grace
Volume 9: A Discourse of Election – A Discourse of Thankfulness
Volume 10: An Unregenerate Man’s Guiltiness before God, in Respect of Sin and Punishment
Volume 11: The Constitution, Right Order and Government of the Churches of Christ
Volume 12: Misc. Sermons – Index
Thomas Goodwin (1600-1679) received his theological training at Cambridge University, and held the presidency of Magdalen College at Oxford University. He acted as a commissioner to the Westminster Assembly, and was also a prominent member of the Savoy Assembly of Congregational elders and messengers. He faithfully served as pastor to the Fetter Lane Independent Church in London until his death.
"Most of Goodwin’s major theological writings were the fruit of his riper years and were published posthumously. His unusually large corpus of treatises display a pastoral and scholarly zeal rivaled by few Puritans. Goodwin represents the best of Puritanism in addressing the intellect, will, and heart. His writings reveal the vigor of earlier Puritans such as William Perkins and Richard Sibbes as well as the mature thought of later Puritan divines, supremely represented by Owen. If you want to grow in grace and have your soul fed on the deep things of God, buy and prayerfully read Goodwin’s Works." - Joel R. Beeke