His mind was so clear and his literary style so chaste and lucid that it is a real joy to read his works and one derives pleasure and profit at the same time.
—D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
On Warfield’s Theology and Writings
Warfield on Scripture
There can be then no way of avoiding the fact that it is in the theology of Warfield . . . that we have the most consistent defense of the idea of the infallibility of Scripture.1
—Jack B. Rogers
- “Van Til and Warfield on Scripture in the Westminster Confession,” in Jerusalem and Athens: Critical Discussions on the Theology and Apologetics of Cornelius Van Til, ed. E. R. Geehan (Nutley, NJ: The Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1971). [↩]