Romans and Sanctification

Speaker(s): James I. Packer
Date: 1983
Length: 73min
Product ID: RGDL1307

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J.I. Packer begins by defining sanctification and outlining a brief history of its relevance in post-Reformation movements. Dr. Packer argues that the teaching in Romans on sanctification is timely because today sanctification is a fading glory among Evangelicals that needs fresh and thoughtful attention. Dr. Packer then explains four common teachings regarding sanctification in Romans with which he disagrees.

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James I. Packer was the Board of Governors' Professor of Theology at Regent College. His many books include Knowing God and Rediscovering Holiness.

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