Tag Archives: John Owen

Mortification of Sin

In continuation of the previous post, I thought it would be helpful to further discuss the mortification of sin. As Christians, we are in union with Christ by faith. One of the realities of that union is that sin no … Continue reading

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No Ivory Towers

This morning during the sermon I made some unplanned remarks about several figures from the reformation and puritan periods. My point was to show that they were well acquainted with suffering and were by no means ivory tower theologians. These … Continue reading

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Good Friday

I wanted to share a few of my favorite cross-centered quotes: “So in answer to the question, ‘Why the cross?’ we must say God’s holiness demanded it as punishment for our sins, and God’s love provided it to save us … Continue reading

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Gospel Reminder

Today I was reading from Jerry Bridges’ most recent book, The Transforming Power of the Gospel. He quotes Puritan John Owen’s work, Communion with the Triune God. I found the quote to be a much-needed Gospel reminder and wanted to … Continue reading

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