Logos Bible Software
Sign In
Products>The Works of John Owen (17 vols.)

The Works of John Owen (17 vols.)

, 1690–1901

Digital Logos Edition

Logos Editions are fully connected to your library and Bible study tools.


Collection value: $207.33
Save $107.34 (51%)


John Owen counts as one of the most influential and inspiring theologians of the seventeenth century. His works capture the essence of theological inquiry in Puritan England, and have shaped and influenced theological reflection ever since. Owen was a proficient writer, composing numerous theological treatises, meditations, discourses, and sermons. His reflections are made more compelling by the context of political turmoil and religious persecution in which he wrote. God still speaks, says Owen, when the world is in flux and the church finds itself in seeming peril—words as important to his original audience as they are to contemporary readers. His writings and teachings spoke to the struggles in his time, and have continued to inspire the generations that have followed.

Logos is pleased to offer the Gold edition of John Owen’s works in English with the original Latin treatises completely retained in portions of volume sixteen and the entirety of volume seventeen. Unlike modern reprints of Owen's work, which leave out the Latin, this edition offers Owen's original English and Latin works. That makes the Logos edition of The Works of John Owen a vital tool for research on Owen’s original writings and the preeminent academic standard for Owen scholarship.

Get a better deal when you get these volumes as part of the complete 24-volume Works of John Owen!

Resource Experts
  • Seventeen titles from one of the most influential theologians of the 17th century
  • Original Latin treatises in two volumes
For solidity, profundity, massiveness and majesty in exhibiting from Scripture God’s ways with sinful mankind there is no one to touch him.

—J. I. Packer

. . . the greatest theologian who has ever written in the English language.

Roger Nicole

To have known the pastoral ministry of John Owen . . . (albeit in written form) has been a rich privilege; to have known Owen’s God an even greater one.

—Sinclair Ferguson

In all our life and ministry, as we care for people and contend for the faith, we can learn much from Owen’s pursuit of holiness in private and public. . . . I thank God for John Owen’s unwavering passion for communion with God. We are debtors to his mighty pen and to the passion for God’s glory . . . that drove it.

John Piper

John [Owen], English theologian, was without doubt not only the greatest theologian of the English Puritan movement but also one of the greatest European Reformed theologians of his day, and quite possibly possessed the finest theological mind that England ever produced.

—C. R. Trueman

  • Title: The Works of John Owen
  • Publisher: Logos Research Systems, Inc.
  • Volumes: 17
  • Pages: 9,800
Value if sold separately
||Partially included
Value if sold separately
Total value if sold separately:

John Owen was born at Stadhampton, Oxfordshire in 1616. He entered Queen's College, Oxford, at the age of twelve and completed his M.A. in classics and theology in 1635 at the age of nineteen. He was ordained shortly thereafter and left the university to be a chaplain to the family of a noble lord. His first parish, in 1637, was at Fordham in Essex, to which he went while England was involved in civil war. It was here that he became convinced that the Congregational way was the scriptural form of church government. In the 1640s he became chaplain to Oliver Cromwell, the new "Protector of England," and traveled with him on his expeditions to Ireland and Scotland. Between 1651 and 1660, he played a prominent part in the religious, political, and academic life of the nation. In 1651 he was appointed dean of Christ Church and in 1652 made Vice-Chancellor of Oxford—positions which allowed him to train ministers for the Cromwellian state church. He lost his position in 1660, however, when the restoration of the monarchy began after the death of Cromwell in 1658. Owen moved to London and led the Puritans through the bitter years of religious and political persecution—experiences which shaped his theological inquiry, pastoral reflection, and preaching. He also declined invitations to the ministry in Boston in 1663, and declined an offer to become president of Harvard in 1670. He died in August, 1683.


7 ratings

Sign in with your Faithlife account

  1. Bradley Christian
    I purchased volume 17 to finish out the series of Owen’s works-while I don’t know Latin (the translated works are on the to buy list). On the whole though Owens theology and treaties are the standard of orthodox and valuable to understanding the church, the Holy Spirit, the trinity, suffering, and the mortification of sin! Read these books.
  2. Travis Salsbury

    Travis Salsbury


  3. Allan Story

    Allan Story


  4. Mike



    I participate in a weekly study of Owen as well as many of my own personal studies. These works are my favorite books in all the world besides the scriptures, but the amount of errors I find in the Logos edition are terrible. I can't believe Logos charges what it does for these considering the amount of errors that even a casual reading will find. Still I believe the cost to be well worth it to have these resources in a searchable form and in a form that can be marked up with highlights and notes.
  5. Brian Hedges

    Brian Hedges


  6. JCJN



  7. Phil Gons

    Phil Gons



Collection value: $207.33
Save $107.34 (51%)