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Temptation and Sin (Works of John Owen #6)

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The concept of sin and personal responsibility has all but disappeared from our world. John Owen deals with the nature of sinful humanity as no writer since has done as keenly or thoroughly, arguing that sin is always a self-deceiving, blinding folly. Owen was a leading English statesman in the late 17th century and is considered "the John Calvin of England."
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Published October 1st 1991 by Banner of Truth (first published January 1st 1983)
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Brian Collins
The first book bound in this volume, "The Mortification of Sin in Believers," is probably the best book written on how to war war against sin. It is worthy of being read often. The other books bound with it, "Of Temptation," "The Nature, Power, Deceit, and Prevalency of the Remainders of Indwelling Sin in Believers," and "A Practical Exposition upon Psalm CXXX," do not rise to the same level, but they too are worth reading. The latter, on one of my favorite Psalms, is a classic Puritan expositio...more
Michael
Very good content by one of the greatest Puritan theologians. Read and discussed in a small group. The difficulty in reading the book, even the modernized version, is with getting past the author's language and writing style.
Daniel Parkins
I'm not necessarily going to say that this deserves 3 stars, but it was an incredibly difficult read; and I've been reading puritans for some time now. BUT, if you have the patience, then it's probably amazing...
Microchiroptera
I need to read this one again several times, really slowly. It's intensely concentrated nutrients, and just doesn't release well when gulped down at the usual rate.
John Lowery
Arguably one of the finest books I have read, and the greatest on the subject of indwelling sin and temptation. A must read for all Christians.
Steve Hemmeke
Outstanding - ins and outs of temptation
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John Owen was an English theologian and "was without doubt not only the greatest theologian of the English Puritan movement but also one of the greatest European Reformed theologians of his day, and quite possibly possessed the finest theological mind that England ever produced" ("Owen, John", in Biographical Dictionary of Evangelicals, p. 494)
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