Commentary on Genesis by Martin Luther, John Nicholas Lenker

By Martin Luther, John Nicholas Lenker

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The "Avon" 202-3. Grammarians a We How The true understanding of these words 201. The punishment troubles Cain more than his sin 201. What makes these words right understanding of the words "Minso" and fully hereafter. 20S-9. * Why difficult 202. * the interpreting Scripture 204. 2. 200. e. is that builds a city and has a certain place to dwell in. But we will answer this argument more will now proceed with the text of Moses. 1. Where Is not the converse the truth? a vagabond and settled nowhere; and yet Cain man the Men may the curse of the wicked?

Cast rect their absurd comments. to avoid the suspicion of to read, and to give While we read them If I quote them occasionally, it is proudly despising them, or of failing sufficient consideration to, their writings. intelligently, we do so with critical dis- LUTHER ON SIN AND THE FLOOD. 50 crimination, and to corrupt the we do not permit tliem Word The Lord, 219. and to obscure Christ, of God. accordingly, does not in this passage at upon Cain whereby he had been doomed alter the sentence curse on earth, but merely vouchsafes to him all to a uncovenanted this mercy for the sake of the elect that are to be saved from that curse as from a mass of dregs.

He only said to him. Whosoever shall slay thee shall he punished sevenfold. But Adam had such a promise of grace made to him. And Cain, because he was the first-born, ought to have -received that promise as an inheritance from his parents. That tism, of the Lord's Supper, sets before us his good will promise was the large a,nd blessed promise of eternal glory, because by it the seed was promised which should bruise the ser- pent's head, that promise and this without any work or merit of man. For had no condition attached to it, such as.

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