B. B. Warfield: Essays on His Life and Thought
Johnson, Gary L. W. (editor)
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Table of Contents |Foreword |Introduction
Publisher Description:"It is time that modern Christians come to know the real Warfield," writes David Calhoun in the foreword to this volume. These essays provide an inviting and illuminating look at Warfield's life, doctrine of Scripture, appeal to reason, relationship to Machen and the fundamentalists, views on slavery, and opposition to Briggs.
"The authors provide biographical background, intellectual context, and theological survey. The also skillfully chart Warfield's influence on later evangelicals. This book will assist us in recapturing a theologian whom we need to know again." - Sean Michael Lucas, author of On Being Presbyterian
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