1668 1ed John Owen Puritan Bible & Commentary Book of Hebrews Ireland Provenance

OWEN, John

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John Owen was a 17th-century English theologian whose Puritan ideals appeared throughout his sermons and published works. One of his most important works was his commentary on the Epistle of Hebrews from the New Testament. This commentary was so massive that, at over two million words, it is still “one of the longest commentaries ever published on any New Testament epistle. It also was notable for providing context and references to rabbinical literature.” (Gribben, 235-6).

 

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1668 1ed John Owen Puritan Bible & Commentary Book of Hebrews Ireland Provenance

 

John Owen was a 17th-century English theologian whose Puritan ideals appeared throughout his sermons and published works. One of his most important works was his commentary on the Epistle of Hebrews from the New Testament. This commentary was so massive that, at over two million words, it is still “one of the longest commentaries ever published on any New Testament epistle. It also was notable for providing context and references to rabbinical literature.” (Gribben, 235-6).

 

Item number: #9675

Price: $1950

 

OWEN, John

 

Exercitations on the Epistle to the Hebrews… An Exposition of the Two First Chapters of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle unto the Hebrews.

 

London: By Robert White, for Nathaniel Ponder, 1668.

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages; 2 works in 1
    • ‘Exercitations on the Epistle…’
      • [14], 318
    • ‘Exposition of the Two First Chapters…’
      • [8], 294, [2]
    • References: Crawford Gribben, John Owen and English Puritanism;
    • Provenance: Handwritten
      • Thomas Wallis
        • Thomas Wallis (1649 – 1695) was an Anglican priest in Ireland in the 17th-century.
        • Wallis was born in County Dublin and educated at Trinity College, Dublin. He was Dean of Waterford from 1685 to 1691; and Dean of Derry from 1691 until his death.
      • Joseph Cox, 1879
        • Joseph Richard Cox (1852 – 1934) was an Irish politician.
        • From Kilmore, County Roscommon, Joseph Cox was educated at St. Mel’s College, County Longford. He became secretary to the Lord Mayor of Dublin. He was elected MP for East Clare in 1885, and was re-elected, unopposed, in 1886. Following the Parnell Split, he became an anti-Parnellite, and in the 1892 general election he was defeated by the Parnellite candidate, William Redmond. Cox launched an election petition, aiming to unseat Redmond, claiming corrupt practices and intimidation. The case was lost, however. Two years later he was declared insolvent, following the award of costs against him following the case. At that time, he had been acting as London agent for a wine company for several years.
      • Language: English
      • Binding: Leather; tight & secure
      • Size: ~ 13in X 8in (33cm x 20.5cm)

 

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9675

Categories

Literature

Religion

Authors

OWEN, John

Printing Date

17th Century

Language

English

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete