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Adam Clarke

Adam Clarke (1760-1832) was a prominent Wesleyan minister, theologian, and scholar. He was born in Londonderry, Ireland, and following his early education became a Methodist through the preaching of two local ministers. Having been recommended to John Wesley, he was sent to Kingswood school in 1782, during which time he purchased a Hebrew Bible ...

Adam Clarke (1760-1832) was a prominent Wesleyan minister, theologian, and scholar. He was born in Londonderry, Ireland, and following his early education became a Methodist through the preaching of two local ministers. Having been recommended to John Wesley, he was sent to Kingswood school in 1782, during which time he purchased a Hebrew Bible and began his study of the Old Testament and oriental languages. He served as an itinerant preacher until 1815, experiencing dramatic popularity, and continued his Biblical and language studies. He was a pastor in London, was elected president of the British Conference, and was an advisor on the committee of the British and Foreign Bible Society. He also served on the Wesleyan Missionary Society, and was a devout advocate of Wesley's theology. He remains best known for his 8-volume Commentary of the Bible (published 1810-26), written largely during his retirement and later missionary activities, a 30-year labor of love, knowledge and scholarship

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