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By J. I. Packer / Regent College Publishing / 2003
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Originally submitted as a dissertation at Oxford University in 1954, J.I. Packer’s The Redemption and Restoration of Man in the Thought of Richard Baxter details Baxter’s development of humanity’s creation and fall; its redemption by Christ Jesus; and its restoration in the image of God through the obedience of faith by the power of the Holy Spirit.
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Shows Packer as a scholar with a gift for rigorous analysis and clarity for expression.
—Alister McGrath, chair in theology, ministry, and education, King’s College, London
J.I. Packer is considered one of the most influential evangelicals in North America. Packer committed his life to Christian service after hearing lectures from C.S. Lewis while studying at Oxford. In the 1950s, Packer was ordained a deacon and priest in the Church of England. Before moving to Canada, he lectured at several schools, including Tyndale Hall in Bristol, Latimer House in Oxford, and Oak Hill Theological College in London. Packer is currently a professor of theology at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia, and serves as the honorary president of the Latimer Trust.