The writings of famous nineteenth-century Irish poet and Anglican archbishop Richard Chenevix Trench have been collected into this indispensable bundle for Logos! Containing everything from his preaching and theological works to his poetry and lexicology, the Works of Richard Chenevix Trench is a collection unique to Logos Bible Software. Enhance your study through Trench’s unique insight as a linguist and semanticist in his commentaries on Scripture, and through his religious poetry explore his heartfelt response to the gospel invitation.
Renowned as a poet, teacher, and archbishop, Trench was famed for his early work studying the English language, for his unmatched knowledge of church history, and for his love for preaching. This collection contains just over one hundred lectures and sermons, dozens of studies of Scripture, over one hundred of his poems (including drafts and unpublished poems), hundreds of religious and secular creative works translated and annotated by Trench, and his works developing writing and publishing standards for the English language.
The digital Logos editions of these volumes give you unprecedented ability to perform research by bringing your whole library into the fold, hyperlinking Bible verses to your preferred translation and linking cross-references to the resources already in your digital library. Perform thorough searches instantly, finding everything Trench has to say on “Tertullian” or “elegiac poem.”
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Richard Chenevix Trench (1807–1886) graduated from Trinity College in Cambridge in 1829. A well-respected Irish poet, Trench wrote extensively on lexicology, semantics, and philology, bringing attention to the contemporary conventions of writing that necessitated the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary, a standard for English grammar and writing. He was appointed as Dean of Westminster College from 1856 until his appointment as Archbishop over Dublin in 1864. He wrote extensive topical commentaries on the New Testament as well as on English and Latin poetry. He lectured and preached widely from Westminster to King’s College.