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Sutcliffe’s Commentary on the Old and New Testament was the achievement of 40 years of study by renowned Wesleyan minister and biblical scholar Joseph Sutcliffe. His goal was “to give ancient truths the drapery of living language . . .” and he poured heart and soul into this project. An evangelist at heart, Sutcliffe presents this commentary “to assist the candidate for the sanctuary to the utmost of his power; for the conscious mind, called to save souls, and defend truth, is worthy of all the aid that science can afford.”
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You may also be interested in Wesley’s Explanatory Notes upon the Old and New Testaments (4 vols.).
To comprise the whole Bible in one volume necessitated notes few and brief. Sutcliffe . . . is in general so good that we wish we had more of him; his style is vivacious and forcible.
—C.H. Spurgeon, Commenting & Commentaries—A Catalogue of Biblical Commentaries and Expositions
Joseph Sutcliffe (1762–1856) was a Methodist evangelist and contemporary of John Wesley. Wesley appointed him to the Redruth Circuit in 1786, and he was one of the preachers present at the Bristol conference in 1790. He authored over 30 works, and was also a Bible scholar. His Commentary on the Old and New Testament is representative of early Methodist thought.