The Gospel Defended: Works of John Owen- Volume XIIThe Gospel Defended: Works of John Owen- Volume XII
John Owen
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This work begins by tracing the history of Socinianism and goes on to deal with all the points of controversy. The Socinians' views on Scripture, the divine nature and character, the person and the work of Christ, the Holy Spirit, the past and present condition of man, election and justification are all thoroughly examined.

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The Mystery of the Gospel Vindicated and Socinianism Examined

Prefatory Note by the Editor
Epistle Dedicatory
Preface to the Reader
Mr. Biddle’s Preface to his Catechism
Mr. Biddle’s Preface briefly examined
I. Mr. Biddle’s first chapter examined
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
V. Of God’s prescience or foreknowledge
VI. Of the creation and condition of man before and after the fall
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
IX. The pre-eternity of Christ farther evinced
X. Of the names of God given unto Christ
XI. Of the work of creation assigned to Jesus Christ
XII. All-ruling and disposing providence assigned unto Christ and his eternal Godhead thence  farther confirmed
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
XXI. Of the death of Christ, the causes, ends, and fruits thereof
XXII. The several considerations of the death of Christ as to the expiation of our sins thereby
XXIII. Of the death of Christ as it was a punishment
XXIV. Some particular testimonies evincing the death of Christ to be a punishment, properly so called
XXV. A digression concerning the 53d chapter of Isaiah
XXVI. Of the matter of the punishment that Christ underwent or what he suffered
XXVII. Of the covenant between the Father and the Son
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
XXXI. Of the election and universal grace
XXXII. Of justification and faith
XXXIII. Of keeping the commandments of God
XXXIV. Of prayer; and whether Christ prescribed a form of prayer to be used by believers
XXXV. Of the resurrection of the dead and the state of the wicked at the last day

Of the Death of Christ and of Justification
A Review of Annotations of Hugo Grotius
Prefatory Note by the Editor
A Second Consideration of the Annotations of Hugo Grotius
Epistles of Grotius to Crellius