Category Archives: B. B. Warfield

B.B. Warfield’s Trinitarianism. But B.B. ‘There is no God Behind the Back of God’

Here are a couple of quotes from Princeton theologian of yesteryear, B.B. Warfield for your consideration: The doctrine of the Trinity is “the doctrine that there is one only and true God, but in the unity of the Godhead there … Continue reading

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‘Thingness of Godness’: Questioning the Adequacy of B.B. Warfield’s Trinitarianism

My e-friend, Michael Jones has started a new Facebook page; Reformed Theologians. It looks as if Michael will be highlighting various quotes, pictures, and other things associated with the Reformed faith. He has a couple of quotes up, currently, from Princeton theologian … Continue reading

Posted in 5 Point Calvinism, Analytical Theology, B. B. Warfield, Christian Dogmatics, Classical Theism, Critiquing Classic Calvinism, Doctrine Of God, Doctrine of God, Trinity | 28 Comments

On Being a Christian Theological Exegete: B.B. Warfield V. Friedrich Schleiermacher

There is a certain methodology a theologian or exegete should follow if they want to be considered a Christian Theologian or Exegete. The methodology a Christian Theologian or Exegete should follow is one that principally starts with Jesus as the … Continue reading

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On Being a ‘Christian Theologian-Exegete’: Warfield, Ryrie versus “______________”

There is a certain methodology a theologian or exegete should follow if they want to be considered a Christian Theologian or Exegete. The methodology a Christian Theologian or Exegete should follow is one that principally starts with Jesus as the … Continue reading

Posted in Analogia Entis, Analogia Fidei, Analogy of Being, Analogy of Faith, Apologetics, B. B. Warfield, Charles Ryrie, Evangelical Calvinism, Francis Turretin, Fundamentalism, Systematic Theology | 3 Comments