Engaging a secular culture : the philosophy and practice of Mercersburg, then and now : Theological Forum discussions / sponsored by the Mercersburg Society.
Contributor(s): Mercersburg SocietyMaterial type: TextPublisher: Chambersburg, Pa. : Mercersburg Society, Description: 29 p. ; 28 cmContained works: Hunsicker, Robert G. Significance of the Mercersburg movement for the life of the church | Layman, David Wayne. Can these dead bones live?Subject(s): Mercersburg theology
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The significance of the Mercersburg movement for the life of the local church / Robert G. Hunsicker -- "Can these dead bones live?": the philosophy and practice of Mercersburg, then and now (Part I) / David Wayne Layman.