This treatise, written in 1657, reflects the intensely spiritual, even mystical, side of Owen's thought. Divided into three parts, each addressing a Person of the Trinity - God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit - and the communion which exists and is available for believers with God. Of course the person and work of Christ is central, and grace is constantly emphasized, the heart of the treatise being "purchased grace" - the satisfaction and atonement affected by Christ. The mystical union with God described is never divorced from its scriptural foundation.
NOTE: This title is included in the Version 5 and OneTouch Libraries.