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What does it mean to be an Anglican? And Evangelical? Can these two identities be held together with integrity? Where the church seems to be fragmenting, how should we relate to the rest of the Anglican Church?
Thirty years ago two influential Anglican thinkers, J.I. Packer and N.T. Wright, addressed these questions in short and provocative Latimer Studies. Their work rem
Paperback, 172 pages
Published August 12th 2009 by Regent College Publishing (first published 2009)
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I ambled down the Canterbury Trail but over the last few months I have been glad to wind up at St. John's Vancouver (where J.I. Packer himself attends). I was looking for a book that would provide me with an introduction to evangelical Anglicanism (I had previously read books by Robert Webber, Urban T. Holmes, and Paul F.M. Zahl). This was a decent book, containing two essays by Packer and one by N.T. Wright (who interestingly relates that he worked at a lumber camp in British Columbia as a youn ...more
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