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Hopefully the series will continue and eventually cover the entire Bible. Since Mr.
Dickinson has rendered them accessible, I trust most of you have bought them. Trapp will be most valuable to men of discernment, to thoughtful men, to men who only want a start in a line of thought, and are then able to run alone.
Trapp excels in witty stories on the one hand, and learned allusions on the other. You will not thoroughly enjoy him unless you can turn to the original, and yet a mere dunce at classics will prize him. His writings remind me of himself: he was a pastor, hence his holy practical remarks; he was the head of a public school, and everywhere we see his profound scholarship; he was for some time amid the guns and drums of a parliamentary garrison, and he gossips and tells queer anecdotes like a man used to soldier-life; yet withal, he comments as if he had been nothing else but a commentator all his days.
His criticisms would some of them be the cause of amusement in these days of greater scholarship; but for all that, he who shall excel Trapp had need rise very early in the morning.
Trapp is my especial companion and treasure; I can read him when I am too weary for anything else. Trapp is salt, pepper, mustard, vineagar, and all the other condiments. Put him on the table when you study, and when you have your dish ready, use him by way of spicing the whole thing. Yes, gentlemen, read Trapp certainly, and if you catch the infection of his consecrated humor, so much the better for your hearers.
He also wrote a commentary of anecdotes on the Shorter Catechism. It is particularly full on the Psalms. From the English author of the magnum opus on covenant theology in the puritan period.
Rich and experiential. It is not necessary to the Student, but might be useful. His annotations are very hard to find, though sometimes the New Testament portion can be bought as a print-on-demand. The main drawback is the brevity and often sparsity of his comments. Author one of the ejected ministers, an exceedingly learned man. This work was highly commended by Owen, Baxter, Howe and others, but is now superseded.
Daniel Whitby were Arminians, but they must be of some use as Matthew Henry in his commentary quotes from Patrick about times and Whitby about 50 times. The authors were men of great learning, their association in one commentary is remarkable, and their joint production has a place in all complete libraries.
Oxford, Wells was an Anglican. The late Dr. Wall was the great champion on infant baptism against the learned Gale. His notes are good, but out of date.
At the same time he did district work in the Lake Tigi area. For the last year of their first term, John and Janine moved back to Enarotali to teach in the Kapauku language Bible School. After furlough they taught in the same Bible School, now located at Kebo, where they worked for several years with Walter and Viola Post, the first missionaries to the interior of Irian Jaya.
Since no medical work was being done in Kebo at that time, they began to give out medicine, learning to give injections and treat injuries. Though they had no formal training, they learned by doing, often consulting a mission doctor via the short wave radio.
Most of the people who came were helped, and nobody died! The years in Kebo became the best of their lives, even though they had to evacuate twice because of political unrest in the area.
After an extended furlough because of a severe medical problem of one of their children, they returned to Irian Jaya and at the request of the church they started the Theological School in Nabire.
The Lord evidently gave His approval to this new project, since He provided the money to develop the campus and the personnel to teach.
John and Janine can look back over years of blessing in that second phase of their ministry. Their three oldest children, Ruthy, John Paul and Mitch, were born during their first term, with Viviane joining the family after their first furlough. All their children are following the Lord and serving Him in different ways. John Paul J. The Schultzes are the proud grandparents of twelve very special grandchildren. In addition to their dedicated ministries to their students and to the national church, John and Janine's home is always open to fellow missionaries traveling through Nabire.
Their servant hearts have been a blessing and challenge to all, and their warm hospitality will be greatly missed. They will leave a large part of themselves which has been invested in many lives in their adopted land of Irian Jaya. This short video features the overwhelmingly beautiful and equally profound description of our King.
As John and Janine Schultz served Christ so faithfully, we complete this web page with these words of Rev. The Bible says my King is a seven-way king…. I wonder, do you know Him? My King is a sovereign King. No means of measure can define His limitless love. No far seeing telescope can bring into visibility the coastline of His shoreless supply. No barrier can hinder Him from pouring out His blessings. Do you know Him? He stands in the solitude of Himself….
He supplies strength for the weak…. He sympathizes and He saves…. He strengthens and sustains…. He guards and He guides…. He heals the sick…. He cleanses lepers…. He forgives sinners…. He discharges debtors…. He delivers captives…. He defends the feeble….
He blesses the young…. He serves the unfortunate…. Contains Arminian interpretations, in line with the theology of the American "restoration movement," but otherwise very helpful, with introductions and appendixes. Also here. John Wesley's Notes on the Bible provide a concise commentary from an Arminian perspective, though the doctrines peculiar to Arminianism are not emphasized.
By Peter Kirby. Very helpful for students who want to know how the text was interpreted in ancient times. Barnes' Notes on the New Testament. Expository Notes. By Thomas L. PDF files for each book of the Bible, giving much helpful background information. Notes on the Greek New Testament. By Peter Misselbrook. Brief commentary on all the books of the New Testament designed for students who have some Greek. Consists mostly of quotations drawn from recent commentaries by conservative scholars.