The James N. Griffith Endowed Series in Baptist Studies explores Baptists in all facets of Baptist life and thought. Open-ended and inclusive, this series seeks to publish works that advance understanding of where they are, and where they are tending. It will promote the exploration and investigation of Baptist history; publish classics of Baptist literature including letters, diaries, and other writings; offer analyses of Baptist theologies; and examine the role of Baptists in societies and cultures both in the US and abroad.
Early English Baptist Texts
The purpose of the series Early English Baptist Texts is to provide scholars, students, and church leaders with a contemporary, multivolume, scholarly edition of primary sources representative of English Baptists of the seventeenth century.
Intl Kierkegaard Commentary
This series is a commentary by international Kierkegaard specialists on each of the Hong translations of the works of Søren Kierkegaard as published by Princeton University Press.
This series explores the culture and history of a forgotten people.
Mercer Commentary on the Bible
Using introductory articles from the Mercer Dictionary of the Bible combined with the commentary from the Mercer Commentary on the Bible, this series is perfect for group, class, or individual study.
Mercer Kierkegaard Studies
This series is everything Kierkegaard. As a companion to the International Kierkegaard series, this general series is open to any investigation of the life and work of Søren Kierkegaard. Studies on irony, secripture, myth, authorship, religion, politics, culture, etc are welcome and invited.
Mercer Lib of Biblical Studies
This is an open-ended series of translated works by classical biblical scholars that have never before been translated.
Modern Mission Era
This series explores the role of mission in society and culture from 1792-1992.
Music and the American South
This new series concentrates on music in all its forms and its relation to the American South. As such, it will include studies on collections, biographies, various genres, and will be interdisciplinary in approach.
Sports and Religion
The Sports and Religion series explores the academic study of the connection of religion and sports. The series will include books that examine sports through various disciplines and cultural forms (literature, history, music, poetry, among others) and that consider how sports challenge, inspire, or function as religion.
State Narratives of Civil War
The State Narratives of the Civil War series is designed to tell the story of the Civil War in selected states in an accessible, yet responsible style.
Mercer Tillich Studies
The books in this open-ended series examines any facet of the life and work of Paul Tillich.
Voices of the African Diaspora
This series presents the development of the intellectual tradition of the African Diaspora. The series will bring together a variety of disciplines—including literary and social/cultural criticism, anthropology, sociology, religion/philosophy, education, political science, psychology, and history—by publishing original critical studies and reprints of classic texts. The reprints will include both nineteenth- and twentieth-century works. Our goal is to make important texts accessible and readily available both to the general reader and to the academic.