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Incarnation And Sacrament: The Eucharistic Controversy Between Charles Hodge And John Williamson Nevin

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The nineteenth century Eucharistic controversy between Charles Hodge and John Williamson Nevin is an important episode in the history of American Christianity. Hodge and Nevin battled over issues that lie at the heart of Christian faith and piety, such as: Why did God become man? What bearing does the incarnation of Christ have on the redemption of the world? How are belie ...more
Paperback, 135 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Wipf & Stock Publishers
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Mike
Jun 24, 2010 Mike rated it liked it
Shelves: theology, history
This book, as the title says, is a report on the controversy between Charles Hodge and John Nevin way back in the 1800's.

Two things that impressed me the most, things still with us today, is first, that young Mr. Bonomo (the author) and Hodge can hardly do any study of what another person says without assuming he is swimming in the philosophy of someone else. As it turns out, if the critic likes the philosophy, he likes the theologian. If not.... It seems to me that as godly Christians we ought
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May 05, 2013 Ryan rated it it was amazing
I've been studying Mercersburg off and on for the last couple of years, having previously, before being introduced to Mercersburg, only been aware of the Princetonian and Puritan interpretation of Reformed thinking. What a delight Mercersburg has been for me and Bonomo's little book, I believe has really added more insight to my journey into Mercersburg. And even though he is not shy in telling the reader up front who he sides with, I believe he gives a fair and accurate analysis and assessment ...more
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