Church, sacrament, and American democracy : the social and political dimensions of John Williamson Nevin's theology of incarnation / Adam S. Borneman.
By: Borneman, Adam SMaterial type: TextPublisher: Eugene, Or. : Wipf & Stock Publishers, c2011Description: xix, 181 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 1608998878; 9781608998876Subject(s): Nevin, John Williamson, 1803-1886 | Mercersburg theology | Reformed Church in the United States -- DoctrinesLOC classification: BX9571 | .B67 2011
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-175) and index.
From Puritan to partisan : Nevin's antebellum context -- The irony of sectarian liberty : Nevin's interpretation and critique of the antebellum world -- Of humanity and history -- The church : salvation, sacrament, and the historical extension of the Incarnate Christ -- Nevin in conversation. pt. 1. Nevin and the West : liturgy, natural law, and the two kingdoms -- pt. 2. What has Mercersburg to do with Moscow and Cambridge? -- The world's ascension into a higher order of existence : the implications of a sacramental hermeneutic -- Conclusion: The legacy of John Williamson Nevin and the Mercersburg theology.
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