Presbyterian professor of theology at Princeton Seminary and advocate of what is now known as Princeton theology. Warfield served as editor of the Princeton Review and was appointed professor of didactic and polemical theology, succeeding A. A. Hodge. Warfield was a great apologist and focused much of his energy on defending the doctrine of biblical inerrancy. He was a prolific writer, and his works include influential pieces such as Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the New Testament and “Inspiration,” an article in the Princeton Review coauthored with A. A. Hodge.