MARVIN RICHARDSON VINCENT
\mˈɑːvɪn ɹˈɪt͡ʃədsən vˈɪnsənt], \mˈɑːvɪn ɹˈɪtʃədsən vˈɪnsənt], \m_ˈɑː_v_ɪ_n ɹ_ˈɪ_tʃ_ə_d_s_ə_n v_ˈɪ_n_s_ə_n_t]\
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An American clergyman; born in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., September, 1834. With Charlton T. Lewis, he translated Johann Albrecht Bengel's "Gnomon of the New Testament" (2 vols., 1860-62). He has since published, besides tracts, sermons, and review articles, "Amusement a Force in Christian Training" (1867); "The Two Prodigals" (1876); "Gates into the Psalm Country", a series of descriptions (1878); "Stranger and Guest"; (1879); "Faith and Character" (1880); "The Minister's Handbook" (1882); "Christ as a Teacher" (1886); and "Word Studies in the New Testament" (3 vols.,); "The Inferno of Dante".
By Charles Dudley Warner
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