In this short essay, Vincent argues for a redefinition of Biblical criticism. He maintains that while not all forms of criticism are worthwhile, critical thinking is necessary to read Scripture intelligently. Vincent goes over differences between beneficial criticisms vs. mere opinions. This volume considers many points of view and will be of value to students, pastors, and those wanting a greater understanding of practical Biblical 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. That Monster, the Higher Critic contains 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.
- Argument for a redefinition of Biblical criticism
- Examination of differences between beneficial criticisms vs. mere opinions
- Title: That Monster, the Higher Critic
- Author: Marvin Vincent
- Publisher: Anson D. F. Randolph & Company
- Publication Date: 1894
- Pages: 45
About Marvin Vincent
Marvin Vincent was born in 1834 in New York, the son of a clergyman. A professor at Union Theological Seminary and a pastor, Vincent was best known for his work in textual criticism and Biblical scholarship.