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The life and work of John Williamson Nevin.

Theodore Appel

The life and work of John Williamson Nevin.

by Theodore Appel

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Published by Arno Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nevin, John Williamson, 1803-1886.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of the 1889 ed.

    SeriesReligion in America
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX9593.N4 A6 1969
    The Physical Object
    Pagination776 p.
    Number of Pages776
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5753940M
    LC Control Number71083409

      NEVIN, JOHN WILLIAMSON (), American theologian and educationalist, was born on Herron's Branch, near Shippensburg, Franklin county, Pennsylvania, on the 2oth of February He was a descendant of Hugh Williamson of North Carolina, and was of Scotch blood and Presbyterian training. John Williamson Nevin $ The Scourge of God: A Sermon Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, July 6, , on the Occasion of a City Fast, Observed .

    The life and work of John Williamson Nevin Author: Appel, Theodore, Published: () A brief of lineage of the descendants of William Williamson of Thornbury Township, Chester County, Pa Author: Williamson, Edward H. Published: (). Gospel work: a Scripture text-book, (New York, American tract society, []), by Charles M. Whittelsye, E. P. Gardner, and American Tract Society (page images at HathiTrust) Dwight Lyman Moody's life work and gospel sermons as delivered by the great envangelist in his .

      John Williamson Nevin () and Philip Schaff () were professors at Mercersburg Seminary of the German Reformed Church, Nevin being among the leading American Protestant theologians of his day and Schaff quickly rising to Author: John Williamson Nevin. JOHN WILLIAMSON NEVIN, who was president of the Allegheny Theological graduated from Jefferson College, and studied theology at preaching for a number of years his voice failed, and he was obliged to discontinue pulpit then became principal of Edgeworth Female Seminary, where he remained for some REV.


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The result is a relentlessly tendentious book. In the end, Nevin is more a vehicle for the writer's own thought than a figure worthy of more impartial study in his own right. A better choice would be Theodore Appel's "Life and Work of John Williamson Nevin."/5(4). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Appel, Theodore, Life and work of John Williamson Nevin.

New York, Arno Press, (OCoLC) References This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. "Nevin, John Williamson".Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. Further reading. Appel, Theodore (), The Life and Work of John Williamson Nevin, Philadelphia.

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The life and work of John Williamson Nevin. book In this comprehensive biography, Theodore Appel details the life and work of John Williamson Nevin. He examines the renowned preacher’s life and relationships, and expounds on the sermons and writings of this famed Mercersburg theologian.

His in-depth, coherent, and easily readable biography offers an illuminating look at the person of John Williamson Nevin and the people and things that.

A recovery of union with Christ could have led to a higher view of the sacraments, the way it did for John Williamson Nevin, who also stressed union with Christ: Most people are taught in Reformed churches and seminaries, to think linearly about salvation (e.g.

Justification leads to Sanctification which leads to Glorification). Full text of "The life and work of John Williamson Nevin" See other formats. John Williamson Nevin book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

Makes the case that Nevin's () assessments, ideas, a /5. John Williamson Nevin, (born FebruStrasburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died June 6,Lancaster, Pennsylvania), American Protestant theologian and educator who contributed to the “Mercersburg theology”—a movement that attempted to counter the popular Protestant revivalism of antebellum America.

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Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This study of the life and thought of John Williamson Nevin (1 /5. by John Williamson Nevin 2 editions - first published in Read Listen A summary of Biblical antiquities: for the use of schools, Bible-classes and families.

This study of the life and thought of John Williamson Nevin () offers a revised interpretation of an important nineteenth-century religious thinker. Along with the historian Phillip Schaff, Nevin was a leading exponent of what became known as the Mercersburg Movement, named for the college and theological seminary of the German.

John Towner Williams, generally known as John Williams, was born in the Flushing section of Queens, New York, on February 8, His father was a musician, and Williams started taking piano. John Williamson Nevin. John Williamson Nevin () was a conservative opponent of the enthusiastic revivalism that characterized 19th-century American Protestantism.

Born in Franklin Country, Pa., on Feb. 20,John Williamson Nevin grew up on. 5 John Williamson Nevin, My Own Life: The Earlier Years (Lancaster, PA: Historical Society of the Evangelical and Reformed Church,Quoted in D.G. Hart, John Williamson Nevin (Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, ), 6 Appel, The Life and Work of John Williamson Nevin, Appel quotes Nevin’s My Own Life without citation.

This study of the life and thought of John Williamson Nevin () offers a revised interpretation of an important nineteenth-century religious thinker.

Along with the historian Phillip Schaff, Nevin was a leading exponent of what became known as the Mercersburg Movement, named for the college and theological seminary of the German Reformed Church located in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania.

A condensed overview of John Williamson Nevin’s life, this volume touches on the key points and notable life events of the Mercersburg theologian. A biography in brief, Kremer’ offers an insight into Nevin’s life, allowing the lay reader to become acquainted, if not intimate with Nevin, his thoughts, and his history.

John Williamson Nevin: High Church Calvinist. Book by D.G. Hart. John Williamson Nevin () taught at Mercersburg Seminary when he wrote The Anxious Bench () and The Mystical Presence (), volumes dealing with revivalism and the Lord’s Supper, respectively.

The last ten years have seen a revival of interest in Learn More. I regularly read D. G Harts blog Old Life, and he ocasionaly brings up John Williamson Nevin.

I did some research on Nevin, and I've become pretty interested in his views on the Lords Supper. I'm considering ordering his book "The Mystical Presance" as well as D.

G Harts biography of Nevin.John Williamson is a famous Australian country musician, known mostly for his album ‘Mallee Boy’, which was his nickname since he grew up in a town having the same name. Having been trained to play the ukulele, guitar and harmonica, this talented musician started out by forming a small band in his college.

John Williamson Nevin is remembered, when he is remembered at all, for his anti-revivalist and pro-sacramental writings. Those more familiar with Author: Peter Leithart.