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"Here is a modern reader's edition of a classic Puritan work by a classic Puritan author. It is a powerful Trinitarian profiling from Scripture of the truth that fellowship with God is and must ever be the inside story of the real Christian's life. John Owen is a profound teacher on all aspects of spiritual life, and it is a joy to welcome this reappearance of one of his finest achievements."
—J. I. Packer, Board of Governors' Professor of Theology, Regent College
"Among English-speaking theologians and pastors, John Owen and Jonathan Edwards run neck and neck for the first place in profound, faithful, fruitful displays of the glory of God in the salvation of sinners. Not only that, they are both running for first among the ranks of those who show practically how that glory is experienced here and now. Owen may have the edge here. And Communion with the Triune God is his most extraordinary effort. No one else has laid open the paths of personal fellowship with the three persons of the Trinity the way Owen does. What an honor it would be to God if more of his children knew how to enjoy him the way Owen does."
—John Piper, Founder, desiringGod.org; Chancellor, Bethlehem College and Seminary
"For those who want to deepen their understanding of God's greatness and how we walk with him, this book will repay, many times over, the effort its reading requires."
—David F. Wells, Distinguished Senior Research Professor, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
"A great work. There is renewed interest in the Trinity these days, and there is also a deep hungering for genuine spirituality. Owen combines the two in a powerful manner, pointing the way to a vital relationship with the triune God."
—Richard J. Mouw, President, Professor of Christian Philosophy, Fuller Theological Seminary
Known as the "theologian's theologian," JOHN OWEN (1616–1683) was vice chancellor of Oxford University and served as advisor and chaplain to Oliver Cromwell. Among the most learned and active of the Puritans in seventeenth-century Europe, he was an erudite and accomplished theologian both in doctrine and practical theology.
Kelly M. Kapic is professor of biblical and theological studies at Covenant College in Georgia. Kapic and his wife have two children.
Justin Taylor (PhD candidate, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is senior vice president and publisher for books at Crossway. He has edited and contributed to several books including A God-Entranced Vision of All Things and Reclaiming the Center, and he blogs at Between Two Worlds—hosted by the Gospel Coalition.
Highly recommended to all who know and love the Triune God. From a theologian and pastor who lived out the truths he wrote of. Read morePublished 13 months ago by sfwal
One of the best books ever, words can not express my delight in this extremely Biblical work....should be on the short list of Pilgrims Progress, Mere Christianity, etc...Published 22 months ago by Robert Bruce Dilmore Jr.
This piece is different than what I expected from Owen but still a good one. He has it separated into three parts, Communion with the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. Read morePublished on November 30, 2009 by Derek Robinson
Highly recommended. I have been reading 17th and 18th century authors for about 3 years, and found this work far more accessible than those I have been reading without sacrificing... Read morePublished on September 4, 2008 by Amazon Customer
Book is great so far. As I can recall, shipping was very fast and the book met all my expectations! Thanks, great service!Published on May 13, 2008 by B. Moore
Highlighting the Character of the Book
Communion with the Triune God is a republishing of John Owen's original work Communion with God (1657). Read more
I can't begin to express how thankful I am to God for the work of Kelly Kapic and Justin Taylor. It is through these men that I was introduced to John Owen, one of the most amazing... Read morePublished on November 26, 2007 by Andy Thompson
Reading "Communion with the Triune God" was my first experience with John Owen. I had read from his commentaries, but never one of his works. Read morePublished on November 1, 2007 by James Upchurch