J.I. Packer is one the most significant evangelical theologians of the last one hundred years. He has had a deep and encompassing influence on many renewal movements within North American Christianity and has become a highly regarded leader in the world Christian movement through his many book and lectures. Here a stellar team of scholars examines some of the major aspects of Packer's life and thought. The contributors analyze and assess Packer's impact on evangelicalism over the past half-century, ask what more we can learn from him about ministry and the evangelical future, and suggest a way forward for Evangelical theology. J.I. Packer himself offers a response and reflection. The book also includes a full bibliography of Packer's writings, which is the most comprehensive listing of his writings in print.