In 1657, John Owen produced one of his finest devotional
treatises, probably the substance of a series of sermons. He examines the
Christian's communion with God as it relates to all three members of the
Holy Trinity. Owen directs Christians towards green pastures and
open the exhaustless springs of the Christian's hidden life with God.
Yet, twenty years after its publication, Of Communion with God
the heavy criticism from another theologian. This work brings
together not only Owen's original work, but also his response to this
heavy criticism. In
his reply, Owen
vindicates himself from the various mystical sentiments that were ascribed
to him. This wonderful book illustrates health Christian
dialogue, and is a wonder to read.