Mercersburg Theology was a unique theological movement in American religious history. German-American in its roots, it found a birthplace in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, in the 1800s. Spurred on by John Williamson Nevin’s teaching and insight, this Reformed sect, deeply controversial during its time, was at the center of much debate.
This 13-volume collection amasses two biographies and 11 of Nevin’s key texts, bringing to light this famed Mercersburg theologian’s thought and influence. It includes Nevin’s response to an impending outbreak of Asiatic cholera, a reference guide to biblical antiquities, and his eulogy for Frederick Augustus Rauch, the first president of Marshall College.
With Logos Bible Software, Scripture passages appear on mouse-over, and all cross-references link to the other resources in your digital library, making this collection powerful and easy to access—a cornerstone reference for scholarly work or personal Bible study on Mercersburg Theology or the German Reformed Church. Perform comprehensive searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for instance, every mention of “liturgy” or “the Lord’s Supper.”