Author Archives: W. Bradford Littlejohn
After a year and a half of dedicated labor, the first volume of the Mercersburg Theology Study Series, The Mystical Presence and the Doctrine of the Reformed Church on the Lord’s Supper (ed. Linden J. DeBie, foreword by Mark Noll), was published at … Continue reading
“Over a century ago, John Williamson Nevin planted an exotic seed in the ground of American Protestantism. With his colleague Philip Schaff, Nevin cultivated a high-church, liturgical and sacramental Protestantism that starkly contrasted with and sharply challenged the populist revivalism … Continue reading
“John Williamson Nevin was one of the few nineteenth-century theologians whose works continue to exert influence on our own era. No single book on sacramental thought from nineteenth century America has attracted more attention in the past half century than The … Continue reading
Volume 1 of the Mercersburg Theology Study Series, edited by Rev. Dr. Linden DeBie and entitled The Mystical Presence and the Doctrine of the Reformed Church on the Lord’s Supper, is currently in the hands of Wipf and Stock Publishers. … Continue reading
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Dr. Mark Noll, the Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame, has penned the foreword for Volume 1 of the Mercersburg Theology Study Series—The Mystical Presence and the Doctrine of the Reformed Church on the Lord’s … Continue reading
The manuscript for Volume One of the Mercersburg Theology Study Series is nearing completion. This volume, edited by Rev. Dr. Linden DeBie, contains the most famous work of the Mercersburg movement, John Nevin’s The Mystical Presence, together with his brilliant follow-up … Continue reading