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John Owen

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John Owen was a great Puritan preacher who lived in England. In this book, Simonetta Carr informs readers about Owen's life, revealing some of the things that interested him while in school, the care he showed to people when he became a pastor, and the influential books that he wrote. Readers will also come to understand the difficult times in which Owen lived, and how he handled the terrors of war and religious persecution. Full of illustrations and fascinating information, this is an ideal way for young readers to learn history. "Simonetta Carr's wonderful biography of John Owen is the third book in what I hope will be a growing collection of biographies of Christian heroes. In clear, unembellished language Carr chronicles the life of the "Prince of Puritans" through a tumultuous period of English history. This book manages to be simple without being shallow. Young readers will admire the integrity of Owen's conscience as a man living in a difficult time and relish the rich descriptshow more

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  • 9-12
  • Hardback | 62 pages
  • 210 x 262 x 12mm | 521.63g
  • Reformation Heritage Books
  • Grand Rapids, United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations, maps
  • 1601780885
  • 9781601780881
  • 476,204

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John Owen was a great Puritan preacher who lived in England. In this book, Simonetta Carr informs readers about Owen's life, revealing some of the things that interested him while in school, the care he showed to people when he became a pastor, and the influential books that he wrote. Readers will also come to understand the difficult times in which Owen lived, and how he handled the terrors of war and religious persecution. Full of illustrations and fascinating information, this is an ideal way for young readers to learn history. "Simonetta Carr's wonderful biography of John Owen is the third book in what I hope will be a growing collection of biographies of Christian heroes. In clear, unembellished language Carr chronicles the life of the "Prince of Puritans" through a tumultuous period of English history. This book manages to be simple without being shallow. Young readers will admire the integrity of Owen's conscience as a man living in a difficult time and relish the rich descriptions of Owen's theological genius. This is a masterful book. I trust that many others will follow." -Tedd Trippshow more

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