J. I. Packer’s library of rare Puritan books has been digitized and made available for online reading. You can find a listing of his titles and links to the books in this post at The Gospel Coalition website.
1. Don’t Confuse an External Act with Inward Change.
2. Beware of Producing False Converts.
3. Be Cautious about Giving Immediate Assurance of Salvation.
4. Tether your Ministry to What God Requires in his Word.
5. Make Sure your Theology Drives your Practice, not Vice Versa.
6. Don’t Equate Outward Success with a Divine Endorsement.
7. Celebrate the Normal.
Fred Sanders at the Scriptorium has written a helpful post on what characterizes a great book. Sanders is involved in Biola’s books program for the Torrey Honors Institute, and the qualities that make a great book are what he provides in this post.