This Methodist Coke Commentary is over the entire Old and New Testaments. He was involved in Missions.
Thomas Coke (9 September 1747 – 2 May 1814) was the first Methodist Bishop and is known as the Father of Methodist Missions.
Born in Brecon, south Wales, his father was a well-to-do apothecary. Coke, who was only 5 foot and 1 inch tall and prone to being overweight, read Jurisprudence at Jesus College, Oxford, which has a strong Welsh tradition, graduating Bachelor of Arts, then Master of Arts in 1770, and Doctor of Civil Law in 1775. On returning to Brecon he served as Mayor in 1772.
A Commentary on the Holy Bible, six complete volumes (1801-1803), is an indepth look at the Old and New Testaments, with the following print volumes combined into the commentary here:
- Volume 1, Genesis to Deuteronomy, 1801.
- Volume 2, Joshua to Job, 1801.
- Volume 3, Psalms to Isaiah, 1802.
- Volume 4, Jeremiah to Malachi, 1803.
- Volume 5, Matthew to Acts, 1803.
- Volume 6, Romans to Revelation, 1803.
His numerous publications included Extracts of the Journals of the Rev. Dr. Coke’s Five Visits to America (London, 1793); a life of John Wesley (1792), prepared in collaboration with Henry Mooro; A History of the West Indies (3 vols., Liverpool, 1808-11).
|Date:||September 26, 2015|
This relatively large commentary (37 megabytes uncompressed) contains over 13,330+ passage comments and nearly one thousand chapter comments. Coke discusses 2,413 Greek words and 2,348 Hebrew words. Nearly every verse in the Bible includes a comment. Fixes to the e-Sword edition, from the text provided to me, is: Chapter comments separated from verse comments, roman numeral verse references converted to arabic digits, and Greek/Hebrew distinguished from English text for proper display. (from Wordmodule.com)
The Book comments
The Chapter comments
Genesis Book Comments for the Introduction to the Old Testament
Matthew Book Comments for the Introduction to the New Testament
Revelation Book Comments for the Appendix to Revelation
The last verse comment of some chapters sometimes contains reflections on the whole chapter.
|Date:||December 29, 2016|