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Endorsements for Packer on the Christian Life

I am greatly honored to have the following individuals write their endorsement for my new book on J. I. Packer’s view of the Christian life. Continue reading . . .

I am greatly honored to have the following individuals write their endorsement for my new book on J. I. Packer’s view of the Christian life. Mark Noll and Leland Ryken were colleagues of mine at Wheaton College and Timothy George provides leadership for Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama.

“The writings of J. I. Packer have been a great help to many believers in many ways. It is therefore most welcome that Sam Storms has synthesized insights from those writings in this helpful, accessible book. I’m sure Pastor Storms agrees that the very best thing about his book would be if it encouraged readers to dive into Packer’s works themselves.”

Mark A. Noll, Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History, University of Notre Dame; author, Protestantism: A Very Short Introduction

“This is one of the best books on J. I. Packer I have read. It gets to the heart of this great theologian’s central concern, what Henry Scougal called ‘the life of God in the soul of man.’ For those of us who have sat at Packer’s feet for many years, this is a delightful reprise and refresher. For new Christians just getting to know Packer, fasten your seat belts!”

Timothy George, Founding Dean, Beeson Divinity School; General Editor, Reformation Commentary on Scripture

“The most noteworthy feature of this book is the author’s ability to assimilate vast quantities of data, condense it, and put it into a systematic format. This begins with a wonderful biographical chapter and then proceeds to Packer’s theology. A brief version of the systematic theology that Packer has long promised the world, this book is a triumph of scholarship.”

Leland Ryken, Emeritus Professor of English, Wheaton College

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