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This collection of W.E. Vine works, by the same author that wrote the famous and best-selling Vine's Expository Dictionary, brings together other important works that Vine wrote or co-wrote during his lifetime.
W. E. Vine received his BA and MA in Ancient Classics at the University of London in 1906, although the beginning of his writing career is traced to a 1905 correspondence course that he wrote in conjunction with C.F. Hogg, on Galatians and Thessalonians. F. F. Bruce would comment "These two teachers made an ideal combination. They were basically agreed in their interpretation of the great biblical doctrines, and when Mr. Hogg's theological penetration and command of felicitous and forceful English were united with Mr. Vine's special gifts, the result was hard to match. For the student of the English New Testament, these two commentaries will long remain standard works." Other Vine commentaries are also included in this special collection, including volumes on Hebrews, Isaiah, and Romans & 1 Corinthians.
In addition to the commentaries, this collection contains a number of Vine works that focus on doctrine, issues important to local leaders and missionaries, teaching, and eschatology.