AV Presentations on Mercersburg Theology
Mercersburg Theology 101, a workshop provided by Prof. Anne T. Thayer, Mercersburg Convocation, Lancaster Theological Seminary, 6 June 2011.
Mercersburg Theology lecture given by Rev. John C. Miller at Lancaster Theological Seminary, 5 March 2009. He is introduced by Prof. Anne T. Thayer.
Other Mercersburg Theology Resources
Mercersburg Primary Sources, a list of Google Books links to Mercersburg Review issues, prepared by Dr. Keith Mathison.
Access New Mercersburg Review issues online.
James Nichols, The Mercersburg Theology. New York: Oxford University Press, 1966.
Philip Schaff, The Principle of Protestantism, edited by Bard Thompson and George Bricker. Philadelphia: United Church Press, 1964.
John W. Nevin, The Mystical Presence: and Other Writings on the Eucharist, edited by Bard Thompson and George Bricker. Philadelphia: United Church Press, 1966.
John W. Nevin, The Mystical Presence: a Vindication of the Reformed or Calvinistic Doctrine of the Holy Eucharist, edited by Augustine Thompson, O.P. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2000.
John W. Nevin, The Anxious Bench; Antichrist; and the Sermon Catholic Unity, edited by Augustine Thompson, O.P. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2000.
George Shriver, Philip Schaff: Christian Scholar and Ecumenical Prophet. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1987.
Catholic and Reformed: Selected Theological Writings of John Williamson Nevin, edited by Charles Yrigoyen and George Bricker. Pittsburgh: The Pickwick Press, 1978.
Reformed and Catholic: Selected Historical and Theological Writings of Philip Schaff, edited by Charles Yrigoyen and George Bricker. Pittsburgh: The Pickwick Press, 1979.
Philip Schaff, Historian and Ambassador of the Universal Church, edited by Klaus Penzel. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1990.
Reformed Confessionalism in Nineteenth Century America: Essays on the Thought of John Williamson Nevin, edited by Sam Hamsta, Jr. and Arie J. Griffien. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1995.
Joseph A. Bassett, Theology for Pew & Pulpit: the Everlasting Song. Shippensburg, PA: Ragged Edge Press. This book shows how the understanding of Mercersburg lives in a congregation in the latter part of the twentieth century.
The New Mercersburg Review, the journal of the Mercersburg Society, is published twice a year. It began publication in 1985. Subscriptions can be obtained for $35.00 a year ($20.00 for students) by writing to: The Mercersburg Society, c/o Rev. Dr. Thomas Lush, 605 White Church Road, York Spring, PA 17372.