Faith and Its Evidence: Works of John Owen- Volume VFaith and Its Evidence: Works of John Owen- Volume V
John Owen
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Owen's masterly account of justification by faith, first printed in 1677, is distinguished from the other two classical 17th-century English treatises on this subject (those of Downame and Davenant) by its non-speculative, non-scholastic character and its dominating pastoral concern. The resurgent Roman challenge, and current Protestant confusion, obliged Owen to write controversially at certain points, but the core of his discourse is straight forward biblical exposition, massive, fresh, compelling and practical.
     

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The Doctrine of Justification by Faith
Prefatory Note by the Editory
To the Reader
General Considerations
First:  The General nature of justification
Secondly:  A due consideration of God, the Judge of all
Thirdly:  A due sense of our apostasy from God
Fourthly:  Opposition between works and grace as unto justification
Fifthly:  A commutation as unto sin and righteousness by imputation between Christ and believers
Sixthly:  Introduction of grace by Jesus Christ into the whole of our relation unto God
Seventhly:  General prejudices against the imputation of the righteousness of Christ
Eighthly:  Influence of the doctrine of justification into the first Reformation

Chapter I:  Justification by fatiher generally acknowledged
Chapter II:  The nature of justifying in particular or of faith in the exercise of it, whereby we are justified
Chapter III:  Use of faith in justification:  various conceptions about it
Chapter IV:  The proper sense of these words, justification and to justify considered
Chapter V:  Distinction of a first and second justification
Chapter VI:  Evangelical personal righteousness; the virtue and use of it
Chapter VII:  Imputation and the nature of it
Chapter VIII:  Imputation of sin unto Christ
Chapter IX:  Principal controversies about justification
Chapter X:  Arguments for justification by the imputation of the righteousness of Christ
Chapter XI:  Nature of the obedience or righteousness required unto justification
Chapter XII:  Imputation of obedience of Christ no less necessary than that of his suffering on the same ground
Chapter XIII:  The difference between the two covenants stated
Chapter XIV:  All works whatever expressly excluded from any interest in our justification before God
Chapter XV:  Of faith alone
Chapter XVI:  Testimonies of Scripture confirming the doctrine of justification by the imputation of the righteousness of Christ
Chapter XVII:  Testimonies out of the evangelists considered
Chapter XVIII:  Testimonies out of the Epistles of Paul the apostle
Chapter XIX:  Objections against the doctrine of justification by the imputation of the righteousness of Christ
Chapter XX:  Seeming difference, no real contradiction, between the apostles Paul and James concerning justification

Gospel Grounds and Evidences of the Faith of Godís Elect
Prefatory Note by the Editor
To the Reader
Evidences of the faith of Godís elect
The first evidence of the faith of Godís elect
The second evidence of the faith of Godís elect
The third evidence of the faith of Godís elect
The fourth evidence of the faith of Godís elect