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on 23 September 2013
This commentary is one of the best. I was fortunate to have lived in Stornoway, and to have attended the church Pink attended, albeit at a later time. I comprehend his 'high-calvinistic' theology, and agree with almost all of his theology. This commentary was written piecemeal - as he travelled across the globe. He must have had a phenomenal memory - as he did a great, and beautiful heart - to have presented us with a useable, informative, and accurate work that would enhance any library. He is not 'scholastic', neither is he a 'Matthew Henry'; all-in-all, at 73 years of age I find him well-worth while reading, as are his other writings.
How I wish I had met the man himself; and how I missed the opportunity to seek-out those who knew him, when I had the opportunity. Many of them are still alive, so... do visit the Western Isles, and look them up: I'm sure they could even now enhance and fill-out our scant knowledge of this 'unnoticed saint'.