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The Doctrine of Justification by Faith (Owen)

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John Owen presents one of the most rigorous defenses of the Reformed doctrine of justification ever written. This reprint of The Doctrine of Justification by Faith, taken from the 19th century edition produced by the Presbyterian Board of Publications, will serve as a welcome improvement for many readers. Latin and Greek quotations have been moved to footnotes, and English translations are given for those large blocks of material that Owen left untranslated. It also contains a new introductory essay by Carl Trueman, which analyzes Owen's treatment of justification in light of the highly charged debates of his day. While Owen's work is technical and challenging, this edition is an effort to make his profound exposition more manageable.
Table of Contents:

General Considerations

1. Justifying Faith, the causes, object, and nature of it declared

2. The Nature of Justifying Faith

3. The Use of Faith in Justification

4. Of Justification, the Notion, and Signification of the Word in the Scripture

5. The Distinction of a first and second Justification examined

6. Evangelical Personal Righteousness, the Nature and Use of it

7. Imputation, and the Nature of it; with the Imputation of the Righteousness of Christ in particular

8. Imputations of the Sins of the Church to Christ

9. The Formal Cause of Justification

10. Arguments for Justification by the imputation of the Righteousness of Christ

11. The Nature of the Obedience that God requires of us

12. The Imputation of the Obedience of Christ to the Law

13. The Nature of Justification proved from the difference of the Covenants

14. The Exclusion of all sorts of Works from an interest in Justification

15. Faith alone

16. The Truth pleaded, further confirmed by Testimonies of Scripture, Jer. Xxiii. 6

17. Testimonies out of the Evangelists

18. The Nature of Justification as declared in the Epistle of Paul

19. Objections against the Doctrine of Justification

20. The Doctrine of the Apostle James, concerning Faith and Works