Mortification of Sin (eBook) (La mortification du péché (eBook))
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In this abridged version of this great classic, John Owen reminds us that the Christian life is a long battle against sin. He gives us clear guidelines on how we should go about combating and killing works of the flesh in a way that is consistent with the gospel. He insists that our position as a new creature in Christ does not exempt us from this work. Rather, by the power of the Holy Spirit, the mortification of sin should be the great project of our new life in Christ.
John Owen , born in 1616, is one of the most eminent theologians in the history of England. At the age of 12, he entered the University of Oxford from where he obtained a bachelor's degree in 1632 and a master's degree in 1635. For a few years, he served as personal chaplain to Oliver Cromwell, this which leads him to preach in Parliament on several occasions. He will also exercise pastoral ministry in three churches during his lifetime. His grave can still be seen in Bunhill Fields Cemetery, London.
Author : John Owen
Publisher : Impact Legacy
Release : 2017
Format : eBook
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