An outstanding volume devoted to B. B. Warfield. A multi-contributor work with chapters covering, among other things, Warfields life, his view of biblical inspiration, relation to Machen and the fundamentalists, his supposed rationalism, racial attitudes, and the Briggs trial.
Of the Princeton Theologians, the one of whom we know the least is B. B. Warfield. This collection of essays on Warfield goes a long way toward remedying that lack of knowledge. The authors provide biographical background, intellectual context, and theological survey. They also skillfully chart Warfields influence on later evangelicals in ways that demonstrate imagination and skillfully scholarship. More importantly, this book assists us in recapturing a theologian whom we may known previously but whom we need to know again.
B. B. Warfield is one of the most important figures in American church history. He is also one of the most neglected. This volume will do much to enhance our understanding of this great theologian and the context in which he labored.
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