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This volume of Vine's Topical Commentaries presents Vine's writings on the life and teachings of Christ.
|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
Series: Vine's Topical Commentaries
W. E. Vine's profound commentaries on the person and work of Christ in one volume.
William Edwy Vine, author of the celebrated Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words, was one of the great evangelical Bible scholars of the twentieth century. He brought to all his writings a level of exegetical care and precision that is rare in any age, ensuring his writings still speak to this generation and future ones.
This volume of Vines Topical Commentaries presents Vines writings on the life and teachings of Christ.