From Inscrutability to Concursus (Reformed Academic Dissertations)
Stivason, Jeffrey A.
“A real contribution to the understanding of B. B. Warfield and the doctrine of biblical inspiration. [A] work of impressive scholarship.”See All
Jeffrey C. Waddington
Articles Editor, Confessional Presbyterian Journal
“Stivason reveals that he has actually read Warfield, and provides us ample reason, yet again, for doing the same.”See All
Pastor, Covenant Fellowship A.R.P. Church, Greensboro, NC; author, B. B. Warfields Scientifically Constructive Theological Scholarship
“Stivasons analysis is an important contribution to our understanding not just of Warfields mature doctrine of Scripture, but also of the central role that the doctrine of concursus played in his thought as a whole. Enthusiastically recommended.”See All
Paul Kjoss Helseth
Professor of Christian Thought, University of Northwestern, St. Paul
“A beautiful model of how theological research should be done.”See All
Richard C. Gamble
Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Benjamin. B. Warfield, is one of the Reformed world's most celebrated theologians, and was a theological diagnostician who demonstrated a remarkable ability to grasp the origin and direction of theological trends. The challenge in Warfield's day was to explain how God communicated. Pursuing the answer to that question led him on the theological journey that is chronicled in this book. Our day is like Warfield's: the need of the hour is not to explain revelation's source but God's mode of communicating, if we are to maintain that Scripture is indeed God's Word.
Subtitled: Benjamin B. Warfield's Theological Construction of Revelation's Mode from 1880 to 1915