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Discussion in 'Puritan Literature' started by Reformed Covenanter, May 8, 2008.
Is the correspondence of John Owen available online?
Is it in his Works published by Banner?
I don't think so.
Have you heard that these are available? I'm curious because from what I understand, Owen's house burned down a few years after his death, consuming his journal and letters.
I had a copy of it in my hand in a Library yesterday, and you can purchase it of Amazon. I am just wondering if there is an addition online anywhere?
Links and Downloads Manager - Educational Links - The Correspondence of John Owen (1616–1683) -- Peter Toon - The PuritanBoard
The online edition looks sufficient, as most of the letters are fairly short. That saves me £20.
Are John Owen's Oxford Orations in his works? Just noticed them in the above link.
I have either a masters or a doctorate work on Owen's political philosophy. I'll see if I can't get it to you one way or the other.
When I first read this I thought you were going to give me a Master's or a Doctrate...then I thought you meant you had a Masters or a Doctrate, but could not remember which one it was...but now I have figured out what you mean.
Nope. They're also edited by Peter Toon.
Peter Toon has given what I believe is the best treatment of the Tractarian Controversy. I recommend it highly. See Peter Toon, Evangelical Theology 1833-1856: A Response to Tractarianism (Atlanta: John Knox Press, 1979).
I see in the back of one of Gary North's books that he wrote a book on the Puritans and the Restoration of the Jews; that sounds like something worth following up.
This may be the book you had in mind:
Yes that is the one.
Peter Toon's older brother, Car, is very famous - especially among children.
Actually, it's Looney.
You can't beat Loony Toons