Peter and Jude Explained by Luther by John Nicholas Lenker

“Luther’s Commentary on the Galatians… is too voluminous… And yet any one that would truly know the man, and the secret of his power, must study these in his writings.”

”(Luther’s) language is uniformly simple and direct… “I preach as simply as possible. I want the common people, and children, and servants, to understand me.”

“…in the variety of its themes, the clearness of its exposition, the stinging force of its rebukes, the simplicity and directness of its language, [this commentary] is scarcely surpassed by any of Luther’s other writings. On the great subject of justification by faith alone, he is here, as in the Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians, full and emphatic.” — Prof. E. H. Gillett.

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Book Contents

  • Dedication
  • Preface by Lutheran Librarian
  • Preface by Prof. Lenker
  • Preface By Prof. E. H. Gillett.
  • Third Introduction To Luther’s Works In English.
    • Luther’s Writings And The Reformation Movement.
    • Wittenberg The Center Of Printing.
    • Luther’s Writings And The Heathen Mission Movement.
    • Luther’s Writings And The Diaspora Movement.
    • Luther’s Writings And Our New Immigrant Problems.
    • What Is The Relation Of The American Protestant Church To These New Problems?
  • The First Epistle of St. Peter Preached and Explained by Martin Luther
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 1.
      • Analysis Of Contents By J. G. Walch.
      • Part 1. The Superscription, Subscription And Greeting.
      • Part 2. The Doctrine Of Faith.
      • Part 3. A Double Exhortation.
      • A. An Exhortation To Christian Faith.
      • B. An Exhortation To Christian Life.
    • Chapter 2.
      • Analysis Of Contents By J. G. Walch.
      • Part 1. The Works And Fruits Of Christian Character In General, Of All Christians.
      • Part 2. Fruit And Work Of The Christian Life In Particular.
      • A. Subjects Of Civil Government.
      • Part 3. Fruit And Work Of The Christian Life In Particular.
      • B. Servants.
    • Chapter 3.
      • Analysis Of Contents By J. G. Walch.
      • Part I. The Duties Of Christian Wives And Husbands.
      • Part II. The Duties Of All Christians.
      • Part III. Of Christ.
    • Chapter 4.
      • Analysis Of Contents By J. G. Walch.
      • Part I. The First Duty Of A Christian.
      • Part II. The Second Duty Of The Christian.
      • Part III. The Third Duty Of A Christian.
      • Part IV. The Fourth Duty Of A Christian.
      • Part V. The Fifth Duty Of A Christian.
      • Part VI. The Sixth Duty Of A Christian.
      • Part VII. The Seventh Duty Of A Christian.
      • Part VIII. The Eighth Duty Of A Christian.
      • Part IX. The Ninth Duty Of A Christian.
    • Chapter 5.
      • Analysis Of Contents By J. G. Walch.
      • Part I. The Exhortation.
      • Part II. The Admonition.
      • Part III. The Conclusion.
      • Supplementary Part of the Edition of 1539 to that of 1523.
  • The First Epistle of Peter Explained.
    • Preface to the First Epistle of St. Peter.
    • Second Epistle Of St. Peter Preached And Explained By Martin Luther, 1523.
    • Introduction
  • The Epistle of St. Jude Preached and Explained by Martin Luther
    • Chapter 1.

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  • Lutheran Library edition first published: 2020
  • Copyright: CC BY 4.0
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