3 edition of treatise on Mercersburg theology found in the catalog.
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Nevin's book, written at Mercersburg and published in , is available now as reprint (Hamden, CT: Archon Books, ) with an introductory essay by Richard Wentz on Mercersburg theology, a Christocentric theology of the Living Word influenced by the . Mercersburg Review (–) Mercersburg Quarterly Review (–) Mercersburg Review (–) Reformed Quarterly Review (–).
Last week we had a good time selling books at a small academic conference on Mercersburg Theology hosted by Lancaster Theological Seminary. The event was sponsored by the Mercersburg Society, a group of scholars and pastors given to the study of 19 th century theological leaders John Williamson Nevin and Philip Schaff. Another good resource is James Hastings Nichols’ book Romanticism in American Theology: Nevin and Schaff at Mercersburg. Nichols has also compiled an anthology of writings by Nevin and Schaff in his anthology The Mercersburg Theology. Here then are links to some of the more important primary documents in the debate over the Mercersburg : Keith Mathison.
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Are you an author. Author: Samuel Miller. A treatise on Mercersburg theology: or, Mercersburg and modern theology compared by Miller, Samuel, Pages: This dissertation gives you an in-depth, critical view of Mercersburg Theology, the school of thinking that John Williamson Nevin influenced and practiced.
The author, Samuel Miller, examines the central ideas behind this German Reformed branch of theology, taking on the theological thought precept by precept and offering insight into this oft-sidelined sect. Genre/Form: Controversial literature: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Miller, Samuel, Treatise on Mercersburg theology.
Philadelphia: S.R. Get this from a library. A treatise on Mercersburg theology, or, Mercersburg and modern theology compared. [Samuel Miller]. I have recently been reading a lot on the “Mercersburg Theology” which arose from conservative Presbyterian theology in Pennsylvania in the mid 19th century.
The two primary proponents were John Williamson Nevin, and the noted church historian Philip Schaff. The main thrust of Mercersburg theology was the quest for a reformed : Jordan Cooper.
Mercersburg theology has a small but devoted following among evangelically-oriented Calvinists. It was a nineteenth-century movement centered in the German Reformed seminary at Mercersburg, Pennsylvania.
Leading scholars John Williamson Nevins and Philip Schaff criticized the individualism and pietism of antebellum revivalist Protestantism. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library.
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James Hastings Nicholls’ book on Mercersburg, titled “Romanticism in American Theology,” is still the best work on Nevin and Schaff, in my opinion. Where Mercesburg steered clear of the excesses of Romanticism is in its rejection of emotionalism and full-blown mysticism (i.e., all out rejection of propositions).
The Mercersburg Theology and the Quest for Reformed Catholicity [W. Bradford Littlejohn] is 20% off every day at In the mid nineteenth century, Reformed churchmen John Nevin and Philip Schaff launched a fierce attack on.
A Companion to the Mercersburg Theology book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This volume tells the story of a mid-ninetee 5/5. A treatise on Mercersburg theology: or, Mercersburg and modern theology compared / By Samuel Miller.
Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Reformed Church in the United States, Reformed Church in the United States, Mercersburg theology Author: Samuel Miller. The Mercersburg theology was a protest against many of the "Puritan" tendencies dominant in American religion in the mid-nineteenth century.
Its spokesmen emphasized the catholic heritage in Protestantism and fostered the ecumenical hope of a reunion of. So much so that when the German Reformed Church, in a desire to begin producing more and better published material for the denomination published Samuel Miller's work entitled A Treatise on Mercersburg Theology: Mercersburg and Modern Theology Compared in Alma mater: University of Berlin.
Mercersburg Theology Aug I came across this quote from the pamphlet in the photo and thought I woukd post it for friendly discussion and thoughts. In response to the revival culture of his time Nevin wrote a pamphlet titled "The Anxious Bench" which is critical of the practice of alter calls and other revival ers: The forums in the Christian Congregations category are now open only to Christian members.
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Contributor: Miller, Samuel. During the 19th century the German Reformed Church debated issues such as revivalism and especially the Mercersburg Theology of John Nevin and Philip Schaff. In Samuel Miller, a member of the German Reformed Church, published a work entitled A Treatise on Mercersburg Theology: Mercersburg and Modern Theology Compared.This book is a series of lectures given close to two hundred years ago by Philip Schaff.
He was a German professor of Church history who came the USA to teach at the German Reformed Theological Seminary in Mercersburg, PA/5.
Franciscus Junius, A Treatise on True Theology (Reformation Heritage Books, )—This book is one of the most important early Reformed treatises on subjects that usually fall under the heading of theological prolegomena (e.g. the nature, sources, and methods of theology).Author: Keith Mathison.