His presence in her life puts a target on her back, yet the more time she spends with him, the more she finds she can't help falling for Owen.
Author: Jennifer Ryan
Publisher: Harper Collins
The McBrides of Fallbrook return with reformed bad boy Owen. He'll do whatever he must to protect the woman who's captured his heart. Attorney by day, rancher by night Owen McBride conquered his dark past and made it his mission to help the innocent—even at the expense of a personal life. But when a client's abusive ex-husband targets Owen and his gorgeous neighbor Claire gets caught in the crossfire, his feelings turn anything but professional. The mysterious beauty awakens something in him, and he'll move heaven and earth to keep her safe. Coffee shop owner Claire Walsh learned the hard way that handsome men aren't to be trusted. Owen may be sexy as hell and determined to take care of her, but she's reluctant to put her heart on the line. His presence in her life puts a target on her back, yet the more time she spends with him, the more she finds she can't help falling for Owen.
She could not fall for Owen Brody. She wouldn't let herself. Down that road only lay more ... After all, what kind of sense did it make to even think about falling for someone so quickly after she'd been about to pledge her life to ...
Author: Trish Milburn
A PLACE TO HEAL When Linnea Holland's plans for her dream wedding collapse, she flees to the safest place she knows: Blue Falls, Texas. At her best friend's family ranch, nobody asks for details. The Brody boys just welcome her with open arms and a whole lot of brotherly love. Trouble is, the feelings between Linnea and Owen Brody are a little warmer than that. They practically grew up together, but she has suddenly noticed that Owen has grown into one hot cowboy. And his protective instincts kick in when he sees how much Linnea is hurting. He's the perfect antidote to her lying ex-fiancé. But can their feelings be love—or is Owen simply a guy she can rely on for the rebound?
... Owen readily admits that some “relic” of the image remains after the Fall.147 Nevertheless, when describing the ... And because this righteousness was vitiated in the Fall, Owen almost ubiquitously speaks of the image as “lost”, ...
Author: Andrew M. Leslie
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Over the past several centuries, John Owen's writings on scripture have captured the attention of numerous interpreters across a relatively diverse range of disciplines. His own distinctive contribution to this doctrine was forged with a genuine fear for the on-going pre-eminence of scriptural authority in the English church firmly in view. In the face of various rival perspectives, Owen insists every Christian believer ought to be clear on the reason they believe scripture to be the word of God. Focussing on the treatise Reason of Faith (1677) in conversation with his wider theological corpus, Andrew M. Leslie studies Owen's approach to scriptural authority and Christian faith. He argues that Owen creatively drew upon an ecumenical dogmatic and metaphysical heritage to restate and refine the traditional Reformed position on scripture's divine authority, sensitive to developments in his own late seventeenth-century context. In particular, Leslie explores how Owen shares a growing concern to ground Christian faith in objective evidence, all-the-while ensuring that its ultimate foundation lies in the irresistible authority and truthfulness of God, mediated "in and by" the inspired text of scripture. Leslie also draws out the broader significance Owen ascribes to scripture in shaping a believer's relationship with the Triune God, especially its vital role in their gradual transformation into the likeness or image of Christ.
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Could you fall in love with a stranger? Because that was what it felt like. It was wrong to succumb to the tide of longing that Owen made her feel. She barely knew him. And she didn't know herself at all.
Author: Lee Magner
Try to Remember She didn't even know her own name. But somehow she knew she'd waited her whole life for the stranger who'd saved her from the car wreck…. Owen Blackhart had vowed that no woman would ever get close to him again. Yet here he was, letting a beautiful amnesiac share his home until she could remember who she was. And her eyes were glowing with something other than gratitude, while his arms were aching to give her more than temporary shelter. It looked as if she'd been on the run. But from a husband, a killer—or both? Could Owen and his lovely Jane Doe fight their passion for each other long enough to find out the truth? A forgotten past…a hoped-for future.
Nat Thurstan's eyes now flashed indignantly , and he raised his strong right arm , only to let it fall again . Owen . " Strike , if you dare ! " cried " Cheats and liars are always cowards ! " ' " I don't want to quarrel or fight either ...
Thus, the overall point of Owen's discussion is epistemological; and, in dealing with the world before the Fall, Owen utilizes a series of basic ideas which are typical of the Reformed Orthodox tradition in distinguishing between the ...
Author: Carl R. Trueman
John Owen is considered one of the sharpest theological minds of the seventeenth century and a significant theologian in his own right, particularly in terms of his contributions to pneumatology, christology, and ecclesiology. Carl Trueman presents a major study of the key elements of John Owen's writings and his theology. Presenting his theology in its historical context, Trueman explores the significance of Owen's work in ongoing debates on seventeenth century theology, and examines the contexts within which Owen's theology was formulated and the shape of his mind in relation to the intellectual culture of his day - particularly in contemporary philosophy, literature and theology. Examining Owen's theology from pneumatological, political and eschatological perspectives, Trueman highlights the trinitarian structure of his theology and how his theological work informed his understanding of practical Christianity. With the current resurgence of interest in seventeenth century Reformed theology amongst intellectual historians, and the burgeoning research in systematic theology, this book presents an invaluable study of a leading mind in the Reformation and the historical underpinnings for new systematic theology.
That he “was extremely incensed” by resistance to his campaign against habits “was evident, both by such expressions as hee let fall in Convocation, and by the like afterwards.”40 In March 1657 Richard Cromwell noted that “Dr Owen 33 ...
Author: Mr Mark Jones
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
As a revival in Owen studies and reprints has taken place, this much-needed Companion by an international group of leading scholars, helpfully explores key questions related to Owen's method, theology and pastoral practice. Examining his thought through such topics as his epic work on the Holy Spirit, his developed view of faith and reason, and his contribution to the place of toleration, this book offers an authoritative exploration of Britain's greatest theologians.
On Facebook, my old friend Richard Thomas, a former reporter now working in public relations for the school board in Owen Sound, posted the front page of the Owen Sound Sun Times with a picture of his son, Finn, who was starring in a ...
Author: Martin Avery
"You're going to die," the doctor said. But Canadian author Martin Avery laughed and walked away. Fall Down Nine Times, Get Up Ten tells the story of a man who was told he would never work or walk again, in Canada, but lived to get a better diagnosis of "jing-chi-shen" in China.
Already tenderfrom his fall, Owen's ankle stabbed with pain. He tried to stand, but his leg crumpled beneath him. He couldn'twalk. Owen listened for any sign ofhelp. With his heartbeat thumping in his head, Owen couldn't distinguish the ...