John Williamson Nevin is buried at Woodward Hill Cemetery, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
The Scourge of God, A Sermon (1832)
Party Spirit: An Address (1840)
The German Language: An Address (1842)
The Anxious Bench: A Tract for the Times (1843, 1844)
The Mystical Presence: A Vindication of the Reformed or Calvinistic Doctrine of the Holy Eucharist (1846, 1867)
History and Genius of the Heidelberg Catechism (1847)
A Summary of Biblical Antiquities; For the Use of Schools, Bible-Classes and Families (1849)
Human Freedom and a Plea for Philosophy: Two Essays (1850)
Man’s True Destiny: A Baccalaureate Address (1853)
Christian Hymnology (1856)
Review of Hodge on the Ephesians (1857)
Life and Character of Frederick Augustus Rauch, A Eulogy (1859)
Christ, and Him Crucified (1863)
Vindication of the Revised Liturgy, Historical and Theological (1867)
This is a two-part article which appeared in the January and April 1857 Mercersburg Review.