Category 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 are three coeternal and coequal Persons, the same in substance but distinct in subsistence.” -B. […]

‘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 of yesteryear, B.B. Warfield. Michael offers this quote from Warfield on the Trinity: The doctrine […]

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 goal (telos) of their theological and exegetical work; one that sees Jesus as the inner-coherence […]

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 goal (telos) of their theological and exegetical work; one that sees Jesus as the inner-coherence […]