Monthly Archives: July 2017

New Volume Added to the Study Series to publish Emmanuel Gerhart’s writings

Editors of the Mercersburg Theology Study Series have announced that a volume in the series, Volume 7, has been added which will publish some of the writings of the great systematizer of Mercersburg Theology, Emmanuel Gerhart. The editor for this … Continue reading

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Volume 5 – One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic – Tome 1 Sent to the Printers

John Williamson Nevin’s writings on Ecclesiology, volume 5 – Tome 1, in the Mercersburg Theology Study Series, has been sent to the printers! Tome 2 will be following shortly. Projected publication date will be late fall or early winter 2017. … Continue reading

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Sam Hamstra endorses Volume 3 of the Mercersburg Theology Study Series

“Philip Schaff is well known for his organic view of church history that he hoped would free American Protestants from anti-Catholicism and encourage them to embrace a vision of the church’s progress toward union. The writings collected in this edition … Continue reading

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Volume Three Published!

The long awaited volume 3 in the Mercersburg Theology Study Series was published in January, 2017. It contains Philp Schaff’s book, The Protestant Principle as well as he essay “What is Church History?” The volume also contains Charles Hodge’s review of The … Continue reading

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New Editors for Study Series Announced

At the Mercersburg Convocation in June, 2016, the editorial duties for the Mercersburg Theology Study Series were handed off to David Layman and Lee Barrett. They are taking over the editorial duties which were ably begun by Brad Littlejohn. Under … Continue reading

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