Students and scholars alike will appreciate this masterful English translation of Owen's Latin writings. Originally published in 1661, this work by the great Puritan theologian discusses the natural theology of the fall and its subsequent stages, including the Adamic (antediluvian), Noachic (postdiluvian), Abrahamic, Mosaic, and Evangelical. Stephen Westcott's crisp translation streamlines Owen's style. 861 pages, hardcover from Soli Deo Gloria.
Owen wrote 24 volumes, and only 23 have been available in reprint before now. Biblical Theology had been in Latin since 1661, and this is the first-ever English edition, translated by Dr. Stephen Westcott. It contains six sections, tracing theology from Adam to the time of Christ. Appendixed is Owen's "Defense of Scripture against Fanaticism," which is helpful in the current discussions with Charismatics.