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Discourses on Various Subjects Relative to the Being and Attributes of God, vols. 1–3
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Discourses on Various Subjects Relative to the Being and Attributes of God, vols. 1–3

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M’Elrath & Bangs 1830–1831

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Overview

Born into a family with an Episcopalian father and a Presbyterian mother, Adam Clarke converted to Methodism after being stirred by the sermon of a traveling preacher in his little village of Moybeg, Ireland. He soon dedicated his life to the study of languages and the Bible, and became a well-respected Methodist preacher and teacher, embracing Wesleyan-Arminian positions in his writings and sermons. He is best-known for his commentary on the Bible, which was a primary theological resource for Methodists for almost two centuries, and is still widely referenced today.

His three-volume Discourses on Various Subjects Relative to the Being and Attributes of God contains the sum of Clarke’s essays, letters, sermons, grammars, and addresses.

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About Adam Clarke

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 six–volume Bible commentary defined Methodist scholarship, and remains well-used and respected today.