B. B. Warfield kept up the Princeton tradition of Sunday afternoon classes with the students of the Seminary in which, in his own words, ‘the deepest currents of the Christian faith and life were explored’. This book contains some of the memorable addresses he gave on those occasions.
There was a time when Princeton Seminary was the center of biblical Presbyterian training (of the highest caliber) in the U.S.. Such notable professors as Archibald Alexander, Samuel Miller, and Charles Hodge would have addresses for students on Sunday afternoons. B. B. Warfield, the lion of Princeton, continued this practice. These 41 chapters come from some of these addresses to Warfield’s students.