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The 1974 Bibliography of Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield, 1851-1921 by John E. Meeter and Roger Nicole identifies 1,574 works - with caveats - by the most prolific of authors - and that is after excluding another 1,070 titles which were deemed too brief to include in their list.
At Log College Press, Samuel Miller was the first of our authors to reach 100 titles available to read online here, but now B.B. Warfield is the second to reach that milestone. Although it is only a fraction of the total works written or published by Warfield, it is a substantial assembly of material for the student of his body of literature, and it continues to grow.
Among the 100+ Warfield works available to read at LCP thus far, one may find:
at least 15 separate published compositions, including hymns and poems (for purposes of this count, his 1910 Four Hymns and Some Religious Verses is reckoned as one publication);
at least 14 separate published works on aspects of the Scriptures;
at least 12 separate published works pertaining to the Westminster Assembly and its Standards;
at least 11 sermons (found in his 1893 The Gospel of the Incarnation; and his 1913 The Saviour of the World);
at least 8 separate published works on aspects of Christology;
at least 5 separate published works relating directly to John Calvin;
at least 4 separate published works on systematic theology; and
2 inaugural addresses.
Not included in this list are published writings by Warfield found elsewhere on LCP, such as our Compilations page, such as his “Incarnate Truth” and “The Christian’s Attitude Toward Death” in Princeton Sermons (1893); and “Present Day Attitude to Calvinism in Calvin Memorial Addresses (1909).
Also, take note of the (at least) 9 separate works (including the Meeter/Nicole bibliography referenced above) specifically focused on Warfield available at our Secondary Sources bookstore page (which does not include many other works about Princeton which also contain valuable material by and about him).
There is a rich treasury of Warfield literature to be explored at LCP and it is only growing. Begin by perusing his author page here.