The Lion of Princeton: B.B. Warfield as Apologist and Theologian is unavailable, but you can change that!

Kim Riddlebarger provides a biographical overview of B. B. Warfield’s life and traces the growing appreciation for Warfield’s thought by contemporary Reformed thinkers. Furthermore, he evaluates the fundamental structures in Warfield’s overall theology and examines Warfield’s work in the field of systematic theology.

Seminary; he graduated in May of 1876. The young Warfield was soon licensed to preach, but he declined to take a call in Dayton, Ohio to pursue further studies in Europe. Soon after marrying Annie Pearce Kinkead, who was also from noble stock, the newlyweds journeyed to Leipzig. Kinkead was a descendent of George Rogers Clark, the famous general of the Revolutionary War who was known as the “Hannibal of the West.”25 During their stay in Europe, an event occurred that would forever change the Warfields’
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