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John Williamson Nevin
b. February 20, 1803 – d. June 6, 1886 • Reformed • Theologian
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Nevin, John Williamson
Nevin, John Williamson (1803–86), American Protestant theologian. He was a native of Pennsylvania, of *Presbyterian upbringing and Scottish-Irish descent. From 1823 to 1828 he studied at Princeton Theological Seminary, being for part of the time in charge of the classes of Charles *Hodge. In 1828 he
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Nevin, John Williamson
Nevin, John Williamson (1803–1886)Born in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Nevin graduated from Union College (1821) and Princeton Seminary (1826). After two years as an assistant at Princeton, he became professor of theology at the Presbyterian Seminary in Allegheny, Pennsylvania (1829). Nevin was called
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Nevin, John Williamson
Nevin, John Williamson (1803–1886). American theologian, professor and cofounder with Philip *Schaff of Mercersburg theology. Upon his graduation from Princeton Theological Seminary, Nevin worked as a theology professor at Western Theological Seminary before joining the German Reformed Seminary in Mercersburg.
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Nevin, John Williamson
Nevin, John Williamson (1803–1886)German Reformed theologianNevin was born in Strasburg, Pennsylvania, and educated at Union College, Schenectady (1817–1821) and Princeton Theological Seminary (1823–1826). From 1830 to 1840 he was professor of biblical literature at the (Presbyterian) Western Theological