Marvin Vincent, one of the most prominent Bible scholars of the nineteenth century, was also a prolific writer, teacher, professor, and pastor. As a major Greek scholar, textual critic, and Bible translator, his writing is characterized by careful exegesis and attention to historical context of Scripture. In this 7-volume collection, his most famous exegetical work, History of the Textual Criticism of the New Testament, is included, as well as his practical resources on preaching. Vincent also wrote several essays on topics such as entertainment and Biblical criticism, which are contained in this collection as well.
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. Marvin Vincent Collection (7 vols.) contains over 1,800 pages of Biblical scholarship and exegesis. With the Logos edition, all Scripture references are linked to the other resources in your library, making study and research effortless.
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.