Preacher, biblical scholar, and Wesleyan Conference president Adam Clarke was an important early leader of the Methodist movement. Dedicating his life to the study of languages and the Bible, he produced a number of important writings, such as a six-volume commentary on the Bible that is still widely referenced today.
Christian Theology presents a systematic arrangement of Clarke’s theology, offering a comprehensive overview of Christian doctrine from a Wesleyan-Arminian position.
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Continue your study with The Works of Adam Clarke (24 vols.).
Adam Clarke (1760-1832) was one of the most influential Methodists to follow John Wesley. Clarke served an unprecedented three terms as President of the Wesleyan Conference, and his writings were particularly influential in the development of the doctrine of sanctification in the American Holiness movement. His 6–volume whole Bible commentary which defined Methodist scholarship remains one of the most revered and used commentaries today.