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PDF Drive is your search engine for PDF files. As of today we have Adam Clarke's Commentary on the Old and New Testaments. A derivative of Adam. Adam Clarke remains one of the most influential Wesleyan-Arminian theologians of its early days, and his six–volume whole Bible commentary, which defined. Adam Clarke ( or ) was a British Methodist theologian and Biblical scholar. He is primarily remembered for writing this commentary on the Bible.


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Commentary on the Whole Bible. Excepted From Matthew Adam Clarke Published Adam Clarke Adam Clarke: Commentary on the Whole Bible (). Print Friendly, PDF & Email. Every thing which our Lord foretold should come on the temple, city, and. Adam Clarke ( or - ) was a British Methodist theologian and Biblical scholar. He is chiefly remembered for writing a commentary on the Bible .

Runs on Windows , Mac and mobile. Taking almost 40 years to complete, this theological masterpiece is a cornerstone in Methodist biblical scholarship and a go-to resource for countless Christians today. The Logos edition presents this work in one digital volume for ease of use. The Logos edition is fully searchable and easily accessible. Scripture passages link directly to your preferred English translation and to the original language texts, and important theological concepts link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of resources in your digital library.

The expedition of Cestius Gallus prefect of Syria.

The army with arms of divers colours, ver. The armies under Vespasian at Judea. About this time Nero and Galba died ; after which followed the civil war, by the sounding of the seventh trumpet, chap. The two prophetic witnesses, two olive trees, two candlesticks, chap.

The death, of the witnesses, ver. Their flight, and the flight of the church of Jerusalem, to Pella, in Arabia.

The resurrection of the witnesses, after three days and a half, ver. The pretions began to be fulfilled at a time in which their accomplishment was deemed the doctrine of Christ begins to prevail over Judea, and over the whole earth. The tenth part of the city fell in the same hour, and seven thousand names of the slain, ver. Jerusalem seized by the Idumeans ; and many of the priests and nobles, of Annas, the high-priest, signified by names of men, i. The woman clothed with the sun, the moon under her feet, and a crown of twelve stars on her head, chap.

The Christian church.

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The great red dragon seen in heaven, with seven heads, seven diadems, and ten. The six first Ceasars, who were all made princes at Rome, governing the armies of the Roman people with great authority ; especially Nero, the last of them, who, having killed his mother, cruelly vexed the Christians, and afterwards turned his wrath against the rebellious Jews. The seven-headed beast from the sea, having ten horns surrounded iiii. Galba, Otho, and Vitellius, who.

This beast, having a mouth like a lion, the body like a leopard, the feet like a bear, ver. Avaricious Galba; rash, unchaste, and inconstant Otho ; Vitellius, cruel and sluggish, with the German army. One head, i. He who leadeth into captivity shall be led into captivity ; he who killeth with the sword shall be killed with the sword, ver.

Otho, who subdued the murderers of Galba, who slew himself with a dagger ; Vitellius, who bound Sabinus with chains, and was himself afterwards bound. Another beast rising out of the earth, with two horns, ver. Vespasian and his two sons, Titus and Domitian, elected emperors at the same time in Judea.

I, T, N, 50, making in the whole A man sitting upon a cloud, with a crown of gold upon his head, and a sickle in his hand, chap. Otho and his army, about to prevent supplies for the army of Vitellius. An angel commanding another angel to gather the vintage; the wine-press trodden, whence the blood flows out furlongs.

The followers of Vitellius laying all waste with fire ; and the Bebriaci conquering the followers of Otho with great slaughter.

Then follow the seven plagues : 1. The grievous sore, chap. The diseases of the soldiers of Vitellius through temperance. The sea turned into blood, ver 3. The fleet of Vitellius beaten, and the maritime taken from them by the Flavii. The rivers turned into blood, verse 4.

The slaughter of the adherents of Vitellius, at Cremona and elsewhere near rivers. The scorching of the sun, ver. The diseases of the Vitellii increasing, and their hausted bodies impatient of the heat. The seat of the beast darkened, ver.

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All Rome in commotion through the torpor Vitellius. Euphrates dried up, and a way made for the kings of the East ; and the three unclean spirits like frogs. The Flavii besieging Rome with a treble army ; one part of which was the bank of the Tiber.

His shame of him who is found asleep and naked. Vitellius, ver. The Praetorian camps. The fall of Babylon, ver. The sacking of Rome. The whore, chap.

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The seven kings, ver. The eighth, which is of the seven, ver. Otho, destined by adoption to be the son successor of Galba. The ten horns, ver. The leaders of the Flavian factions. The merchants of the earth, chap, xviii. The beast and the false prophet, chap.

Vespasian and his family, contrary to expectation, becoming extinct in Domitian, as the first family of the Caesars, and of three princes, Galba, Otho, and Vitellius. The eclipsing of the. The anarchy of the Jewish Commonwealth. The locusts like scorpions hurting men, chap.

The expedition of Cestius Gallus prefect of Syria. The army with arms of divers colours, ver. The armies under Vespasian at Judea. About this time Nero and Galba died ; after which followed the civil war, by the sounding of the seventh trumpet, chap.

The two prophetic witnesses, two olive trees, two candlesticks, chap. The death, of the witnesses, ver.

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Their flight, and the flight of the church of Jerusalem, to Pella, in Arabia. The resurrection of the witnesses, after three days and a half, ver. The pretions began to be fulfilled at a time in which their accomplishment was deemed the doctrine of Christ begins to prevail over Judea, and over the whole earth.

The tenth part of the city fell in the same hour, and seven thousand names of the slain, ver. Jerusalem seized by the Idumeans ; and many of the priests and nobles, of Annas, the high-priest, signified by names of men, i. The woman clothed with the sun, the moon under her feet, and a crown of twelve stars on her head, chap.

The Christian church. The great red dragon seen in heaven, with seven heads, seven diadems, and ten. The six first Ceasars, who were all made princes at Rome, governing the armies of the Roman people with great authority ; especially Nero, the last of them, who, having killed his mother, cruelly vexed the Christians, and afterwards turned his wrath against the rebellious Jews.

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The seven-headed beast from the sea, having ten horns surrounded. Galba, Otho, and Vitellius, who. This beast, having a mouth like a lion, the body like a leopard, the feet like a bear, ver. Avaricious Galba; rash, unchaste, and inconstant Otho ; Vitellius, cruel and sluggish, with the German army.

One head, i. He who leadeth into captivity shall be led into captivity ; he who killeth with the sword shall be killed with the sword, ver.

Otho, who subdued the murderers of Galba, who slew himself with a dagger ; Vitellius, who bound Sabinus with chains, and was himself afterwards bound. Another beast rising out of the earth, with two horns, ver. Vespasian and his two sons, Titus and Domitian, elected emperors at the same time in Judea.

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I, T, N, 50, making in the whole A man sitting upon a cloud, with a crown of gold upon his head, and a sickle in his hand, chap. Otho and his army, about to prevent supplies for the army of Vitellius.

An angel commanding another angel to gather the vintage; the wine-press trodden, whence the blood flows out furlongs.

The followers of Vitellius laying all waste with fire ; and the Bebriaci conquering the followers of Otho with great slaughter. The grievous sore, chap. The diseases of the soldiers of Vitellius through temperance. The sea turned into blood, ver 3. The fleet of Vitellius beaten, and the maritime taken from them by the Flavii. The rivers turned into blood, verse 4. The slaughter of the adherents of Vitellius, at Cremona and elsewhere near rivers.

The scorching of the sun, ver. The diseases of the Vitellii increasing, and their hausted bodies impatient of the heat. The seat of the beast darkened, ver. All Rome in commotion through the torpor Vitellius. Euphrates dried up, and a way made for the kings of the East ; and the three unclean spirits like frogs.

The Flavii besieging Rome with a treble army ; one part of which was the bank of the Tiber. His shame of him who is found asleep and naked. Vitellius, ver. The Praetorian camps. The fall of Babylon, ver. The sacking of Rome. The whore, chap. The seven kings, ver. The eighth, which is of the seven, ver.

Otho, destined by adoption to be the son successor of Galba. The ten horns, ver. The leaders of the Flavian factions. The merchants of the earth, chap, xviii. The beast and the false prophet, chap. Vespasian and his family, contrary to expectation, becoming extinct in Domitian, as the first family of the Caesars, and of three princes, Galba, Otho, and Vitellius.

The millennium, or a thousand years, chap. Taken from Ps. Gog and Magog, going out over the earth, ver. Barchochebas, the false Messiah, with an immense army of the Jews, coming forth suddenly from their caves and dens, tormenting the Christians, and carrying on a destructive war with the Romans. The New Jerusalem, chap.

The Jews being brought so low as to be capable of injuring no longer; the whole world resting after being expiated by wars; and the doctrine of Christ propagated and prevailing every where with incredible celerity.

Clarke became a Methodist in , and was in a succession an exhorter, local preacher, and regular preacher. His first circuit was that of Bradford, Wiltshire, to which he was appointed in He served in various places and traveled throughout Great Britain, achieving fame as a preacher, and being president of the British Conference in , , and After he held an appointment in London, where he was a member of the committee of the British and Foreign Bible Society for several years, and one of the advisers of its Oriental publications.

He resigned from this task in , having retired four years previously, due to his impaired health, to Millbrook, Lancashire, where he resided until his return to the vicinity of London in