Joel Bulu: The Autobiography Of A Native Minister In The South Seas (1871)

Joel Bulu: The Autobiography Of A Native Minister In The

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  1. Kathleen Dixon Kathleen Dixon says:

    I read this today in the train on the way to my lecture I was possibly the only person in the class of some dozen present today to have read it cover to cover if anybody else had they were one of the shy people who never speak Our lecturer for the paper Christianity in the South Pacific which I m really enjoying now that it s got to investigating people within the broader context rather than just the broad context and some this happened and that happened and we get to write essays on in I read this today in the train on the way to my lecture I was possibly the only person in the class of some dozen present today to have read it cover to cover if anybody else had they were one of the shy people who never speak Our lecturer for the paper Christianity in the South Pacific which I m really enjoying now that it s got to investigating people within the broader context rather than just the broad context and some this happened and that happened and we get to write essays on interesting things had specifically asked us all to read this little book because he d be discussing it with us tonight AND, it s one of only two choices for doing a 1500 word Document Study on.This little book was originally written in 1871, and it appears to have been written into English by a missionary who had many discussions with Bulu in which Bulu told his life story or the pertinent parts thereof In the edition I have at hand, the name of the translator isn t mentioned, nor is the editor given anythingthan 3 initials However, a little detective work by lecturer and a classmate have furnished full information, which I will add to the book details once I ve finished this review.When Bulu went to Fiji from Tonga, it was a land with extraordinarily savage customs, and he and his compatriots were frequently in deadly danger By all accounts, Bulu was a devout and perhaps saintly Christian He was diplomatic, and a pacifist as all Christians should be if they were honestly to be followers of Christ.We discussed in class how much we thought this is a reliable historical document I lean to the view that some parts of it may be exaggerated, or rather seen through a Gospel tinted lens The precedent for this is, of course, in the Bible itself This book is clearly modelled on the Gospels there is a Calming of the Storm there is a Bulu Telling Off the Impetuous Offsiders and the portrait of Bulu, though not going so far as to have him Walking on Water, has him very close with a hint that he might have just come from that direction.Notwithstanding, I found this book excellent to read I have no doubt that much of the content is accurate, and I m going to very much enjoy doing this assignment


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10 thoughts on “Joel Bulu: The Autobiography Of A Native Minister In The South Seas (1871)

  1. Kathleen Dixon Kathleen Dixon says:

    I read this today in the train on the way to my lecture I was possibly the only person in the class of some dozen present today to have read it cover to cover if anybody else had they were one of the shy people who never speak Our lecturer for the paper Christianity in the South Pacific which I m really enjoying now that it s got to investigating people within the broader context rather than just the broad context and some this happened and that happened and we get to write essays on in I read this today in the train on the way to my lecture I was possibly the only person in the class of some dozen present today to have read it cover to cover if anybody else had they were one of the shy people who never speak Our lecturer for the paper Christianity in the South Pacific which I m really enjoying now that it s got to investigating people within the broader context rather than just the broad context and some this happened and that happened and we get to write essays on interesting things had specifically asked us all to read this little book because he d be discussing it with us tonight AND, it s one of only two choices for doing a 1500 word Document Study on.This little book was originally written in 1871, and it appears to have been written into English by a missionary who had many discussions with Bulu in which Bulu told his life story or the pertinent parts thereof In the edition I have at hand, the name of the translator isn t mentioned, nor is the editor given anythingthan 3 initials However, a little detective work by lecturer and a classmate have furnished full information, which I will add to the book details once I ve finished this review.When Bulu went to Fiji from Tonga, it was a land with extraordinarily savage customs, and he and his compatriots were frequently in deadly danger By all accounts, Bulu was a devout and perhaps saintly Christian He was diplomatic, and a pacifist as all Christians should be if they were honestly to be followers of Christ.We discussed in class how much we thought this is a reliable historical document I lean to the view that some parts of it may be exaggerated, or rather seen through a Gospel tinted lens The precedent for this is, of course, in the Bible itself This book is clearly modelled on the Gospels there is a Calming of the Storm there is a Bulu Telling Off the Impetuous Offsiders and the portrait of Bulu, though not going so far as to have him Walking on Water, has him very close with a hint that he might have just come from that direction.Notwithstanding, I found this book excellent to read I have no doubt that much of the content is accurate, and I m going to very much enjoy doing this assignment


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