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John Owen was one of the great Puritans of the 17th Century whose writings and theology have gone through a welcome resurgence of interest in the last fifty years. His writings are a constant reference source for spiritual truths and practical insights. Dr Steve Griffiths considers how Owen dealt with the problem of Sin, which, as with all reformed theologians, was a fundamental concern in his thinking. Owen's treatment of sin does not stand in isolation; it can only be considered in the light of his doctrine of God and what it means for man to reflect that image. Book jacket.
The Revd Steve Griffiths is Rector of a team of churches near Cambridge, having previously ministered in the Birmingham area, London and Essex. He specialises in youth ministry and has trained youth workers around the world as well as in the UK. Formerly Director of the Centre for Youth Ministry at Ridley Hall, Cambridge, he has written books and articles on pastoral theology and was founding editor of the Journal of Youth and Theology.