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Vindication of the Revised Liturgy
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Vindication of the Revised Liturgy

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Jas. B. Rodgers 1867

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Overview

John Williamson Nevin’s response to J. H. A. Bomberger’s “A History and Criticism of the Ritualistic Movement in the German Reformed Church,” which Nevin considered a politically-fueled attack on the revised liturgy. Finding Bomberger’s review to be “one-sided and unfair and therefore calculated to do much harm in the Church,” Nevin defends, at the request of the church elders, the history and theology behind the new liturgy.

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Key Features

  • Provides insight on Nevin’s life and work
  • Combats the politically-fueled attack on the revised liturgy of the Reformed Church
  • Defends the history and theology of the revised liturgy

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About John Williamson Nevin

John Williamson Nevin (1803–1886) was an American theologian and professor. He studied at Princeton University and was a professor of biblical literature at Western Theological Seminary in Allegheny, Pennsylvania and an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church. Well-versed in German, he studied contemporary German theologians, and eventually converted to the German Reformed Church, accepting a position at the Church’s seminary in Mercersburg, PA. He and his colleagues developed a conservative doctrinal position eventually labeled the “Mercersburg Theology.”