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Announcing the Mystical Presence

Posted on 3rd May, by W. Bradford Littlejohn in Volume 1. Comments Off on Announcing the Mystical Presence

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 the end of last month, and is now available to order from Wipfandstock.com.  Encompassing the most comprehensive and (I hope) most reader-friendly edition of The Mystical Presence to date, and the first edition of the extraordinary essay “The Doctrine of the Reformed Church on the Lord’s Supper” in forty-five years, this “handsome new edition . . . deserves to be studied and savored by pastors and scholars alike” (George Hunsinger; see additional endorsements below).  Indeed, this volume promises to be a valuable contribution to studies not merely of Mercersburg and nineteenth-century American theology, but of Reformed eucharistic theology more broadly, as Nevin’s study …

Volume One Nearing Completion

Posted on 18th November, by W. Bradford Littlejohn in The Study Series, Volume 1. Comments Off on Volume One Nearing Completion

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 essay, “The Doctrine of the Reformed Church on the Lord’s Supper.”  After nearly a year of intensive work, the manuscript has now been sent off to Dr. Mark Noll of the University of Notre Dame, who will be providing a foreword for the volume.  Soon it will be undergoing final revisions at the hands of our copy-editor, and then it’s off to the publisher.  Stay tuned for further updates and endorsements as we draw nearer the publication date.