In his years at Princeton, 1886-1921, B. B. Warfield was unquestionably the best-known opponent of the rationalism and anti-supernaturalism which threatened the life of the Church in the 20th Century; for him a non-miraculous Christianity was no Christianity at all. But with his breadth of vision Warfield also saw the danger of false claims to the possession of miraculous gifts – claims which have repeatedly been made both by the Church of Rome and by groups within Protestantism.
This volume contains The Thomas Smyth Lectures for 1917-1918, delivered at the Columbia Theological Seminary, Columbia, South Carolina, October 4-10, 1917.
Table of Contents
The Cessation of the Charismata 1
Patristic and Mediaeval Marvels 33
Roman Catholic Miracles 71
Irvingite Gifts 125