Gallery of issues - 2014-
The New Mercersburg Review is the journal of the Mercersburg Society. It began publication with issue 1, Autumn 1985, and continues to the present. This periodical is also available in print at Schaff Library.
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Number 51, Fall 2014
Re-Connecting Christ and the Church: The Search for the Real Presence / Peter Schmiechen
Mercersburg Meets Bonhoeffer: Complementary or Incommensurable? / Lee C. Barrett
John Williamson Nevin and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin: Mystical Eucharistic Theologies in the Reformed Protestant and Roman Catholic Traditions / Jocelyn McKeon
Book Review: The German Roots of Nineteenth-Century American Theology by Annette Aubert / Linden DeBie
Number 52, Spring 2015
The Church Question, the Creed and Christian Unity: The Ecclesiology of John Williamson Nevin and the Ecumenical Task / Michael J. Stell
Article Review: "From Augustine of Hippo's Memory Systems to Our Modern Taxonomy in Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience of Memory," by Jean-Christophe Cassel, Daniel Cassel, and Lilianne Manning / G. Andrew Mickley
Book Review: In Quest of a Vital Protestant Center by George Demetrion / F. Christopher Anderson
Number 53, Fall 2015
The Ecumenical Trajectory of the Mercersburg Movement / Theodore Louis Trost
Response to Dr. Theodore Trost "The Ecumenical Trajectory of the Mercersburg Movement" / Deborah Rahn Clemens
Book Review: A Change of Heart by Thomas Oden / Kenneth Aldrich
Book Review: The Incarnate Word edited by William Evans / F. Christopher Anderson
Number 54, Spring 2016
Practicing Eucharist in the Midst of Conflict / Joseph Hedden, Jr.
Sermon: So We Do Not Lose Heart / Linden DeBie
Book Review: Three Books That Changed Me in My Twenties / F. Christopher Anderson