For nearly 30 years, J.I. Packer, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, and other evangelical scholars met to present studies on the rich heritage passed down by pillars of the faith such as John Bunyan, John Owen, and Joseph Alleine. Now more than 75 of their Puritan Papers are gathered into this 5-volume set. Treating subjects as varied as interpreting Scripture, worship, and spiritual gifts, this collection is a wonderful introduction to the Puritans. Softcovers, P & R.
Seventy-six papers (fourteen by J. I. Packer) originally given at an annual conference that played a vital role in reinvigorating evangelicalism in Great Britain and beyond.
Every one of the sixteen chapters contains valuable information and advice. . . . all are beneficial in fostering interest and understanding of the Puritans. . . . Recommended.
The papers are of inherent interest and value to all who already appreciate the Puritans . . . [this ] volume, and no doubt its successors, would be an ideal introduction for anyone to whom the puritans are unknown. Warmly recommended.
[These studies] are constructive, and beneficial not only for pastors but for all Gods covenant people.