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George Gillanders Findlay

1849-1919. Methodist biblical scholar. Born in Montgomeryshire, Wales, he studied at Wesley College, Sheffield, and London University. He served his denomination's theological colleges at Headingley and Richmond from 1870 until his retirement in 1917. Findlay contributed to The Expositor's Bible, The Expositor's Greek Testament, the Cambridge Bible, and The Pulpit Commentary. He also wrote Epistles of the Apostle Paul (1892); Church of Christ in the New Testament (1893); The Books of the Prophets in their Historical Succession (3 vols., 1896-1907); and Fellowship in the Life Eternal (1909).