FINDLAY, GEORGE GILLANDERS: English Methodist; b. at Welshpool (18 m. s.w. of Shrewsbury), Montgomeryshire, Wales, Jan. 3, 1849. He studied at Wesley College, Sheffield (1865-67), Richmond Theological College (1869-70), and London University (B.A., 1868). He was assistant tutor at Headingley College 1870-74; classical tutor at Richmond Theological College 1874-81; and was appointed tutor in New Testament exegesis and classics in the Headingley branch of the Wesleyan Theological Institution, Leeds, 1881. He has prepared the sections on the Epistles to the Galatians (1888) and Ephesians (1892) in The Expositor's Bible (London); Epistles of the Apostle Paul: Their Origin and Contents (1892); Epistles of Paul the Apostle (1893); Church of Christ in the New Testament (1893); Christian Doctrine and Morals (1894); The Books of the Prophets in their Historical Succession (3 vols., 1896-1907); Thessalonians in The Cambridge Greek Testament (Cambridge, 1897); and The Things Above (London, 1902). He edited A. M. Hillier's translation of L. A. Sabatier's L'Apôtre Paul (London, 1891).