Anglicanism, according to J.?I. Packer, possesses the truest, wisest and potentially richest heritage in all Christendom with the Thirty-nine Articles at its heart. They catch the substance and spirit of biblical Christianity superbly well, and also provide an excellent model of how to confess the faith in a divided Christendom. In this concise study, Packer aims to show how the sixteenth-century Articles should be viewed in the twenty-first century, and how they can enrich the faith of Anglicans in general and of Anglican evangelicals in particular. He demonstrates why the Articles must once again be given a voice within the Church, not merely as an historical curiosity but an authoritative doctrinal statement. A thought-provoking appendix by Roger Beckwith offers seventeen Supplementary Articles, addressing theological issues which have come into prominence since the original Articles were composed. J.?I. Packer is Board of Governors' Professor of Theology at Regent College, Vancouver. Amongst his many best-selling books are Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God (1961), Knowing God (1973), Keep in Step with the Spirit (1984), and Among God's Giants (1991). Roger Beckwith was librarian and warden of Latimer House, Oxford for more than thirty years. His recent books include Elders in Every City (2003) and Calendar, Chronology and Worship (2005).Anglicanism, according to J.?I. Packer, possesses aquot;the truest, wisest and potentially richest heritage in all Christendomaquot; with the Thirty-nine Articles at its heart.
|Title||:||The Thirty-nine Articles|
|Author||:||J. I. Packer, Roger T. Beckwith|
|Publisher||:||Regent College Pub - 2007-06|