J. I. Packer is a significant figure in a variety of circles. He is one of the last voices representing that generation of British evangelicalism hat had roots in the Reformation, that was articulate, warm, and evangelical in the best sense of . . . Continue reading →
As Martin notes, for a time (and perhaps still?) it was fashionable for British evangelicals (and others) to deny the historic Christian doctrine of hell. J. I. Packer responded in 1991 and Martin has posted the audio.
It had a precedent that goes back to 1970. Many American evangelicals were caught by surprise by J I Packer’s involvement with and defense of Evangelicals and Catholics Together. The first ECT was vague, misleading, and even gobsmacking. The second was, for . . . Continue reading →