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The Mercersburg theology / ed. by James Hastings Nichols.

Contributor(s): Nichols, James Hastings, 1915- | Nevin, John Williamson, 1803-1886 | Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893.
Material type: TextTextSeries: A Library of Protestant thought. Publisher: Eugene, Ore. : Wipf & Stock, 2004Description: viii, 384 p. ; 24 cm.Subject(s): Mercersburg theology | German Reformed Church (U.S.) -- Doctrines | Reformed Church in the United States -- Doctrines | German Reformed Church (U.S.) Theological Seminary -- Faculty -- Works | Reformed Church in the United States Theological Seminary -- Faculty -- Works | German Reformed Church (U.S.) -- Clergy -- Works | Reformed Church in the United States -- Clergy -- Works
Contents:
Introduction -- Pt. I. Christ and the church. 1. Catholic unity / John Williamson Nevin -- 2. The church / John Williamson Nevin -- 3. The incarnation / John Williamson Nevin -- 4. Antichrist and the sect / John Williamson Nevin -- Pt. II. The pattern of historical development of the new creation. 1. Theses for the time / Philip Schaff -- 2. The three ages of church history / Philip Schaff -- 3. German theories of development / Philip Schaff -- 4. The meaning of Protestantism in ecumenical Christianity: answer to Professor Dorner / John Williamson Nevin -- Pt. III. The Reformed eucharist: communion through the glorified humanity. 1. The mystical presence: Reformed doctrine of the Lord's supper / John Williamson Nevin -- 2. The doctrine of the Reformed Church on the presence of Christ in the Lord's supper / John Williamson Nevin -- 3. An evangelical catholic liturgy -- Pt. IV. Heteronomous authroity and the autonomous individual. 1. Human freedom / John Williamson Nevin -- Theology within the Creed / John Williamson Nevin -- Ultramontanism: Brownson's Quarterly Review / John Williamson Nevin -- Pt. V. The ministry. 1. The ordination of minister's -- 2. The Christian ministry / John Williamson Nevin -- Selected bibliography -- Index.
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Reprint, originally published: New York : Oxford University Press, 1966.

Bibliography: p. 372-375.

Introduction -- Pt. I. Christ and the church. 1. Catholic unity / John Williamson Nevin -- 2. The church / John Williamson Nevin -- 3. The incarnation / John Williamson Nevin -- 4. Antichrist and the sect / John Williamson Nevin -- Pt. II. The pattern of historical development of the new creation. 1. Theses for the time / Philip Schaff -- 2. The three ages of church history / Philip Schaff -- 3. German theories of development / Philip Schaff -- 4. The meaning of Protestantism in ecumenical Christianity: answer to Professor Dorner / John Williamson Nevin -- Pt. III. The Reformed eucharist: communion through the glorified humanity. 1. The mystical presence: Reformed doctrine of the Lord's supper / John Williamson Nevin -- 2. The doctrine of the Reformed Church on the presence of Christ in the Lord's supper / John Williamson Nevin -- 3. An evangelical catholic liturgy -- Pt. IV. Heteronomous authroity and the autonomous individual. 1. Human freedom / John Williamson Nevin -- Theology within the Creed / John Williamson Nevin -- Ultramontanism: Brownson's Quarterly Review / John Williamson Nevin -- Pt. V. The ministry. 1. The ordination of minister's -- 2. The Christian ministry / John Williamson Nevin -- Selected bibliography -- Index.

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