Biblia- Das Ist; Die Lutherbibel Von 1534. Supplement

Biblia- Das Ist; Die Lutherbibel Von 1534. Supplement

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1534 edition. Excerpt: ...narrative sermon accessible to the believer. And he explains the etymology of the Greek word "eu.angelion" (consciously using the prefix "eu" = "good" for good preaching), "davon man singet/ saget vnd frohlich ist/ gleich als do Das September.Testament, Vlfittenberg, 1522. The whore of Babylon wearing the papal tiara. Gottingen, Staats. und Univer-sitatsbibliothek George of Saxony. Gottingen, Staats. und Universitatsbibliothek Das Dezember.Testament, Vtfittenberg, 1522. The tiara of the whore of Babylon was removed at the behest of Duke David den grossen Goliath vberwand" (of which we sing and tell and are merry, just as David overcame the great Goliath; September. Testament, fol. I). Marginal notes provide explanations for linguistic and textual problems, and allegorical interpretations lend the word of Scripture a metaphorical dimension. In his notes on the parable of the heavenly kingdom, which is compared to a treasure hidden in a field, or a merchant seeking goodly pearls (Matt. 13:44.46), Luther comments on the value of Scrip-ture: "Der verborgene Schatz ist das Euangelium/ das vns gnade vnd gerechtigkeit gibt on ohne vnser verdienst/ darumb wenn mans findet macht es freude/ das ist/ ein gut frolich Gewissen/ welchs man mit keinen wercken zu wegen bringen kan" (The hidden treasure is the Gospel/ which imputes us grace and justice without our own merit/ therefore if we find it, we rejoice/ that is/ a good and joyful conscience/ which cannot be achieved by any works). The immediate confrontation with his opponents is also felt in his glosses, such as when he refers to those who break the commandments rather than follow them (Matt. 5:19) as "Papisten hauff' (a heap more

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