Daily Archives: May 3, 2012

Baptism for the Dead I Corinthians 15:29

The problem with taking this baptism as something erroneous occurring in Corinth is that Paul does not express any form of grave or minuscule disapproval of the practice. Daniel Hoffman pointed me to an interpretation that sees baptism happening as a result of the … Continue reading

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Mercersberg Theology Summarized

Brad Littlejohn offers this concise definition: …but if we may attempt to capture it in a nutshell, we might describe it thus: the Mercersburg Theology was a distinctively American yet cosmopolitan nineteenth-century theology— catholic, sacramental, both modern and ancient, Romantic and … Continue reading

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The Mystical Presence And The Doctrine of the Reformed Church on the Lord’s Supper

In this work, Nevin’s original text is preserved “while providing extensive introductions, annotations, and bibliography to orient the modern reader and facilitate further scholarship.”  In a day when so many neglect sacramental theology, Nevin restores a Calvinian view of the … Continue reading

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