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The Holy Spirit - The Helper: Vol. 7 (Owen)

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The Complete Works of John Owen


Crossway Introduces the Collected Works of John Owen, Updated for Modern Readers


Regarded as one of the greatest theologians in history, 17th-century pastor John Owen remains influential among those interested in Puritan and Reformed theology. The Complete Works of John Owen brings together all of Owen’s original theological writing, including never-before-published work, reformatted for modern readers in 40 user-friendly volumes.


Volume 7, The Holy Spirit—The Helper, includes the treatises “The Reason of Faith” and “The Causes, Ways, and Means of Understanding the Mind of God as Revealed in His Word.” Exploring the topics of illumination and biblical interpretation, it features 50 pages of helpful introductions by editor Andrew Ballitch, along with outlines, footnotes, and other supporting resources.


Released over a number of years, The Complete Works of John Owen will inspire a new generation of Bible readers and scholars to deeper faith.


Edited and Formatted for Modern Readers: Presents Owen’s original work, newly typeset with outlines, text breaks, headings, and footnotes

Informative New Introductions: Provide historical, theological, and personal context

Supporting Resources Enhance Reading: Include extensive annotations with sources, definitions, and translations of ancient languages

Part of the Complete Works of John Owen Collection: Will release 40 hardcover volumes over a number of years

Perfect for Churches and Schools: Ideal for students, pastors, theologians, and those interested in the Holy Spirit and the Puritans


  • Author: John Owen
  • Pages: 384
  • Hardcover
  • Published in 2023


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Product Details:

  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 384 pages
  • Published:  2022
  • ISBN: ‎ 9781433560200
  • Author:  John Owen


  • John Owen (1616–1683) was vice chancellor of Oxford University and served as advisor and chaplain to Oliver Cromwell. Among the most learned and active of the Puritans in seventeenth-century Europe, and known as the "theologian's theologian," he was accomplished both in doctrine and practical theology.



  • “Owen ranks at the top of the classic Reformed writers whose reading of Scripture have most shaped my own faith and practice. He discloses points that I often miss, and he does so in a heart-igniting way that makes truth both enjoyable and edifying. Until now, trudging through the outdated format of Owen’s work has been a daunting task. I am thrilled to see this new edition of his complete works. If you want a faith that is as much for the heart as the mind, then read Owen!”
    Michael Horton, J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California

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