I have now read the 16 volumes of John Owen doctrinal and practical works as well as the so-called Biblical Theology (not the original title). Other than his brief defence of the Pauline authorship of Hebrews, I have done little else other than occasionally dip into the 7-volumes on Hebrews. Would reading all 7-volumes be a good use of time? Given my current life situation, I have reasoned that if I do not make the effort to read the Hebrews commentary now, I probably never will again. When I put my mind to it, I can usually read one volume of Owen in less than a week. Since the end of December, I have read 7 volumes of his writings, so it stands to reason that I could read 7 more volumes.