Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II Luther on Sin and the Flood
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Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II Luther on Sin and the Flood

By Martin Luther
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  • LUTHER ON SIN AND THE FLOOD
  • COMMENTARY ON GENESIS
    • JOHN NICHOLAS LENKER, D.D.
      • DEDICATION.
      • FOREWORD.
        • Contents of This Volume.
        • Acknowledgments.
      • Luther and World-Evangelization.
        • Luther Educational and Devotional.
        • Nations Helping Nations.
        • Transition and Translation or Transition and Revolution.
        • Best Literature is Translations.
        • A Lesson from Luther and Wesley in America.
        • English Luther in German and Scandinavian Churches.
    • COMMENTARY ON GENESIS.
      • CHAPTER IV.
        • IV. HOW CAIN MURDERED HIS BROTHER AND WAS REQUIRED TO GIVE AN ACCOUNT, AND HOW HE CONDUCTED HIMSELF.
        • V. HOW CAIN WAS PUNISHED FOR HIS MURDER.
        • VI. CAIN'S CONDUCT UPON BEING PUNISHED.
        • VII. THE GENERATIONS OF CAIN AND THE GENERATIONS OF THE GODLY.
        • B. THE POSTERITY OF CAIN IN DETAIL.
        • C. THE POSTERITY OF THE RIGHTEOUS IN DETAIL.
      • CHAPTER V.
        • I. THE RECORDS OF THE GENERATIONS OF MAN AND THE GLORY OF THE CAINITES.
        • II. ADAM AND HIS SON SETH.
        • III. ENOCH.
        • IV. LAMECH AND HIS SON NOAH.
        • B. NOAH.
      • CHAPTER VI.
        • I. THE SINS OF THE PRIMEVAL WORLD IN GENERAL THE CAUSE OF ITS DESTRUCTION.
        • II. THE JUDGMENT AND LAMENTATION OF GOD OVER THE FIRST WORLD; NOAH AND HIS PREACHING.
        • B. NOAH AND HIS PREACHING.
        • III. THE SINS OF THE OLD WORLD IN PARTICULAR.
        • IV. THE REPENTANCE AND GRIEF OF GOD BECAUSE HE HAD MADE MAN.
        • B. THE GRIEF OF GOD.
        • V. HOW NOAH ALONE WAS FOUND RIGHTEOUS, AND HOW THE WHOLE WORLD WAS DESTROYED.
        • VI. GOD DECIDES TO PUNISH THE FIRST WORLD; COMMANDS NOAH TO BUILD AN ARK; THE COVENANT.
        • B. GOD COMMANDS NOAH TO BUILD AN ARK.
        • C. GOD'S COVENANT WITH NOAH.
        • VII. THE ANIMALS AND THEIR FOOD, AND NOAH'S OBEDIENCE.
      • CHAPTER VII.
        • I. NOAH OBEYS COMMAND TO ENTER THE ARK.
        • II. COMPLETE DESTRUCTION.
      • CHAPTER VIII.
        • I. NOAH IN ARK—FLOOD ABATES.
        • II. NOAH LEAVES ARK, HIS SACRIFICE AND GOD'S PROMISE.
        • B. NOAH'S SACRIFICE.
        • C. GOD'S RESOLVE NOT TO CURSE THE EARTH AGAIN.
        • III. MAN'S NATURAL DEPRAVITY AND HIS NATURAL POWERS.
      • CHAPTER IX.
        • I. GOD BLESSES NOAH AND THE RACE.
        • B. MAN'S USE OF AND DOMINION OVER ANIMALS.
        • II. THE LAW AGAINST TAKING LIFE; GOD'S COVENANT WITH NOAH; THE RAINBOW.
        • B. GOD'S COVENANT WITH NOAH.
        • C. THE RAINBOW.
        • III. CONCERNING ALLEGORIES.
        • B. ALLEGORIES IN DETAIL.
        • IV. NOAH AND HIS FALL.
        • B. Noah's Fall.
        • V. HAM CURSED; SHEM AND JAPHETH BLESSED.
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