John Owen and the Doctrine of God in Western Devotion
Imprint: Wipf and Stock
"In this work, Brian Kay has opened up new possibilities in understanding John Owen for our day. By showing how Owen's theology underpins and informs a developing spirituality, Kay demonstrates the need for prayer to be grounded in theology and for theology to be shaped by prayer."
--Ruth Gouldbourne, Minister, Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, London
"As valuable as this work is for specialists, it is an even greater treasure for the faith and practice on the church. At the time when spirituality seems theologically dry, John Owen--through his remarkably insightful interpreter, Brian Kay--reminds us just how significant the doctrine of the Trinity is for our daily lives as Christians. I anticipate a wide readership for this impressive work."
--Michael Horton, J, Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary, CA
"This is a thoughtful and persistent attempt to explicate the connection between confessing a Trinitarian God and actually living as if it mattered. . . . The dichotomy between belief and behavior, so prevalent in modern religious life, is resolutely rejected by Kay. The resultant spirituality prescribed is honest, robust, orthodox, and above all genuinely Trinitarian. Kay has performed a great service for the church in our time. May he be widely read."
--Richard Lints, Professor of Theology, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
"A great theme that leads us to the heart of the devotional theology of the ablest of Puritan thinkers. Kay's book opens, for the thoughtful explorer, a fresh path to a lost mine of spiritual treasure."
--Alan Spence, Minister in the United Reformed Church, London