Mercersburg

adjective Mer·cers·burg \ˈmərsərzˌbərg\

Definition of Mercersburg

  1. :  of or relating to a system of American theology developed in the German Reformed Church in the middle and late 19th century and marked by Christocentrism, a Calvinist view of the Lord's Supper, and emphasis on the liturgical element in worship

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Origin and Etymology of mercersburg

from Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, the former site of the Theological Seminary of the German Reformed Church, where the doctrine was in part formulated


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