Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II

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

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Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II by Martin Luther

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Luther on Sin and the Flood

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le in the United States with some German blood in their veins. Two thirds of these, or 20 millions, may be said to have some Lutheran mixture in their makeup, but only one and a half million of these 20 millions are communicant members of English and German Lutheran churches. What people in America can show a worse religious record? Yet the tenders of the sheep and lambs are afraid to feed them in the only way they can be fed. Verily whatever you sow, that shall you also reap. Lift up your eyes, behold the harvest! Can you not discern the signs of the times?

It is no wonder that the United States Census of 1890, the latest reliable statistics on the subject, gave the number of Lutheran communicants using only English in this English land at 198,907; General Synod 143,764; United Synod South 37,457; General Council 14,297; Ohio Synod 287; Missouri Synod 1,192--after 150 years of work. Our good German and Scandinavian parents, in the light of these figures, need not fear losing many members to purely Eng

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