Benjamin B. Warfield

What would the church be – what would we, as Christian men, be – without our inspired Bible? – B.B. Warfield

O the comfort, O the joy, O the courage, that dwells in the great fact that Jesus is the Risen One – B.B. Warfield

We are always unworthy, and all that we have or do of good is always of pure grace – B.B. Warfield

Conscience is the voice of God proclaiming war in man; and through it man knows that he is not at peace with God – B.B. Warfield

It is God and God alone who saves, and that in every element of the saving process – B.B. Warfield

Nowhere is the sinner permitted to rest satisfied with pardon as the end of salvation – B.B. Warfield

God fills the whole horizon of the Calvinist’s feeling and thought – B.B. Warfield

Grace is the heart of the heart of the gospel – B.B. Warfield

Let us never forget that the gospel is not good advice, but good news – B.B. Warfield

The world should realize with increased clearness that Evangelicalism stands or falls with Calvinism – B.B. Warfield

The Old Testament may be likened to a chamber richly furnished but dimly lighted – B.B. Warfield

The Bible is the Word of God in such a way that when the Bible speaks, God speaks – B.B. Warfield

We must always be accepted for Christ’s sake, or we cannot ever be accepted – B.B. Warfield

Christianity is not merely a program of conduct; it is the power of a new life – B.B. Warfield

We do not obtain the benefits of Christ apart from, but only in and with His Person; and when we have Him we have all – B.B. Warfield

We must think right thoughts of God if we would worship him as he desires to be worshipped – B.B. Warfield

We must bear in mind that our Lord did not come into the world to be broken by the power of sin and death, but to break it – B.B. Warfield

God has not sent us into the world to say the most plausible things we can think of; to teach men what they already believe – B.B. Warfield

Love is the great enlarger. It is love which stretches the intellect – B.B. Warfield

For us Calvinists the attitude of prayer is the whole attitude of our lives – B.B. Warfield

The great danger of the theological student lies precisely in his constant contact with divine things – B.B. Warfield

He who is not filled with love is necessarily small, withered, shriveled in his outlook on life and things – B.B. Warfield

A life of self-sacrificing unselfishness is the most divinely beautiful life that man can lead – B.B. Warfield

It is not difficult to understand why a just God does not save all sinners, but how a just God saves any sinners – B.B. Warfield

The deity of Christ is the presupposition of every word of the New Testament – B.B. Warfield

Grace is power. And it is only because grace is power that it can save, save dead men, men dead in trespasses and sins – B.B. Warfield

When trust in ourselves is driven entirely out, and trust in God comes in, in its purity, we have Calvinism – B.B. Warfield

It is not, strictly speaking, even faith in Christ that saves, but that Christ saves through faith – B.B. Warfield

What the Bible says, God says – B.B. Warfield

A Christless cross no refuge for me
A crossless Christ my Savior may not be
But, O Christ crucified! I rest in thee! – B.B. Warfield

Christianity is summed up in the phrase: “God was in Christ, reconciling the world with himself” – B.B. Warfield

Convictions are the root on which the tree of vital Christianity grows – B.B. Warfield

Grace is free sovereign favor to the ill-deserving – B.B. Warfield

Calvinism is just religion in its purity. We have only, therefore, to conceive of religion in its purity, and that is Calvinism – B.B. Warfield