Warfield, Benjamin B. The Lord of Glory; A Study of the Designations of Our Lord in the New Testament with especial reference to His Deity. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, ca 1950. 
Blue cloth, some blotchy stains to the binding, but tight and secure. Dust jacket edge-worn with some spotting/stains; now with a new clear wrapper. Former library copy, text is clean, has standard library matter. 332 pp. Good in good dust-jacket. Hardcover.
Reprinted using the plates of the American Tract Society edition.
Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield (1851-1921), b. Lexington, KY; d. Princeton NJ. Warfield was professor of theology at Princeton Seminary (1887-1921). He was editor of the Princeton Review for over twenty years. "As a theologian, Warfield’s efforts were often drawn to an apologetic defence of the reliability of the Scriptures and the intellectual truth claims of biblical doctrine. Scientific naturalism, theological liberalism, and the effects of autonomous human reason were all brought under the searchlight of Scripture and exposed for the different species of unbelief that they each were. Warfield’s evidentialist approach to biblical apologetics places emphasis on the facts of divine revelation and the ability of the human mind to interpret the data in a way that should lead to responsive faith, but never at the expense of omitting the need for the work of the Holy Spirit in illumination and regeneration for the data to be properly interpreted and Christ embraced with genuine saving faith." - The Banner of Truth online.