Resources on B. B. Warfield
Fred Zaspel has written a long-overdue book titled The Theology of B. B. Warfield: A Systematic Summary (Crossway, 2010). As you may know, Warfield was the most significant Presbyterian theologian during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was also an occasional theologian who never wrote a book-length systematic theology. I hope this volume signals a whole slew of future books providing systematic summaries of the thought of other significant occasional theologians (including pastor-theologians).
For other resources, check out Justin Taylor’s interview with Zaspel about Warfield’s life, theology, and influence. Barry Waugh of the PCA Historical Center has written a helpful online biography of Warfield. A free version of Kim Riddlebarger’s dissertation on Warfield is available on Riddlebarger’s blog. For a short list of links to online versions of some of Warfield’s shorter writings, check out Monergism.com.