Peake, Arthur Samuel

   Biblical Scholar and Ecumenist.
   Peake was born in Leek, England, the son of a Primitive Methodist minister. He was educated at the University of Oxford and, after a period of teaching there, he moved to Manchester to be tutor of the Primitive Methodist College. Later, he also held a chair at Manchester University. He is remembered for his many works of popular biblical scholarship, in particular his one-volume commentary on the whole Bible. This has gone through many editions and, in a new revision, is still used by students today. He was also very committed to and worked hard for the reunion of the Methodist Churches.
   A.J. Grieve (ed.), Supplement to Peake’s Commentary (1936);
   J.T. Wilkinson (ed.), Arthur Samuel Peake 18651929. Essays in Commemoration (1958).

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