Series: Collected Shorter Writings of J.I. Packer

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Celebrating the Saving Work of God: Volume 1 (J.I. Packer Collection) by J. I. Packer1
Serving the People of God: Volume 2 (J.I. Packer Collection) by J. I. Packer2
Honouring the Written Word of God: The Collected Shorter Writings of J. I. Packer by James I. Packer3
Honouring the People of God: Volume 4 (J.I. Packer Collection) by J. I. Packer4

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  1. J.I. Packer: A Biography by Alister E. McGrath (1997)
  2. Love in Hard Places by D. A. Carson (2002)
  3. A Clear and Present Word: The Clarity of Scripture (New Studies in Biblical Theology) by Mark D. Thompson (2006)
  4. John Stott: A Global Ministry: The Later Years by Timothy Dudley-Smith (2001)
  5. J. I. Packer and the Evangelical Future: The Impact of His Life and Thought (Beeson Divinity Studies) by Timothy George (2009)
  6. Puritan Papers, Vol. 2: 1960-1962 by J. I. Packer (2001)
  7. The Glory of the Atonement: Biblical, Historical & Practical Perspectives : Essays in Honor of Roger R. Nicole by Charles E. Hill (2004)
  8. Hermeneutics, Authority, and Canon by D. A. Carson (1986)
  9. The Revelation of God by Peter Jensen (2002)
  10. The Gagging of God by D. A. Carson (1996)
  11. Truth & Power: The Place of Scripture in the Christian Life by J. I. Packer (1605)
  12. John Stott: The Making of a Leader : A Biography : The Early Years by Timothy Dudley-Smith (1999)
  13. God Has Spoken by J. I. Packer (1965)
  14. The Authentic Church: What Are Our Priorities Before Christ Comes Again (Focus on the Bible) by David Jackman (1998)
  15. Reforming or Conforming?: Post-Conservative Evangelicals and the Emerging Church by Gary L. W. Johnson (2008)

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