This landmark work of textual criticism has been a standard since its publication in 1899. Vincent not only introduces the topic of textual criticism, including terms and definitions, but gives its evolution beginning with the writings of the New Testament, and how they were perceived up until the late 19th century. He provides examples and discoveries of manuscripts throughout, as well as definitions in the margins and bibliographies. Vincent’s work is highly readable yet gives an accurate history of textual criticism.
Vincent’s writing is academic yet highly readable, perfect for students, pastors, and anyone wanting an introduction to Biblical criticism and practical application of Scripture. History of the Textual Criticism of the New Testament contains over 200 pages of Biblical scholarship and exegesis. With the Logos edition, all Scripture references link to the other resources in your library, making study and research effortless.
Marvin Richardson Vincent was a professor of New Testament exegesis and criticism at Union Theological Seminary. Vincent was the author of numerous books, including The Minister’s Handbook, Critical Commentary on Philippians and Philemon, History of Textual Criticism of the New Testament and In the Shadow of the Pyrenees.