In this commentary Luther, as Kostlin declares, "follows strictly the plan of first fixing the proper and natural sense of every historical record, however trifling and insignificant it may appear to be, and then holding it up for the devout contemplation of his readers in the significance which it may have, in this its historical sense, for the faith and life of the believer. Only after this has been done, does he sometimes add an allegorical interpretation as a kind of appendix. Concordia Publishing House, Fortress Press.
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