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Journey from Genesis to Revelation with the “father of Methodist missions” as a guide. Thomas Coke’s Commentary on the Holy Bible provides an in depth look at both the Old and New Testaments. Coke—cofounder of the Methodist Church in America and the first Methodist bishop—was an influential figure in eighteenth-century Christianity and his commentary offers valuable insight into the development of Methodist theology.
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Learn more about Thomas Coke’s mentor with Studies on the Life and Influence of John Wesley (16 vols.).
Thomas Coke (1747–1814), often known as the “father of Methodist missions,” was the first Methodist bishop. Coke became mayor of his hometown of Brecon in South Wales in 1772 and was ordained in the Church of England in the same year. He attended Oxford, eventually obtaining his doctorate in civil law in 1775. He met John Wesley in 1776, and became a close assistant to him and a powerful figure in his cause. After the American Revolution, Wesley consecrated Coke as a superintendent (later changed to bishop) and in 1784 Coke co-established the Methodist Episcopal Church (Methodist Church in America) with Francis Asbury in Baltimore, Maryland. Though England remained his home, Coke made repeated visits to America, as well as other parts of the world, furthering the cause of Methodist missions. In addition to his Commentary on the Bible, Coke wrote a Preacher’s Manual, A History of the West Indies, History of the Bible, Four Discourses on the Duties of a Minister, and Six Letters in Defense of the Doctrine of Justification by Faith.