Die Bibel (Martin Luther vers)

Die Bibel (Martin Luther vers)


The Luther Bible is a German Bible translation by Martin Luther, first printed with both testaments in 1534. This translation is considered to be largely responsible for the evolution of the modern German language.

"The task of translating the Bible which he thus assumed was to absorb him until the end of his life." While he was sequestered in the Wartburg Castle (1521–1522) Luther began to translate the New Testament into German in order to make it more accessible to all the people of the "Holy Roman Empire of the German nation." He used Erasmus' second edition (1519) of the Greek New Testament—Erasmus' Greek text would come to be known as the Textus Receptus. To help him in translating Luther would make forays into the nearby towns and markets to listen to people speak. He wanted to ensure their comprehension by a translation closest to their contemporary language usage. It was published in September 1522, six months after he had returned to Wittenberg. In the opinion of the 19th century theologian and church historian Philip Schaff,

"The richest fruit of Luther's leisure in the Wartburg, and the most important and useful work of his whole life, is the translation of the New Testament, by which he brought the teaching and example of Christ and the Apostles to the mind and heart of the Germans in life-like reproduction. It was a republication of the gospel. He made the Bible the people's book in church, school, and house."

— Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Die Bibel (Deutsch)

Martin Luther Bibelübersetzung

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1. Buch Mose
2. Buch Mose
3. Buch Mose
4. Buch Mose
5. Buch Mose
Josua
Richter
Ruth
1. Buch Samuel
2. Buch Samuel
1. Buch Könige
2. Buch Könige
1. Buch Chronika
2. Buch Chronika
Esra
Nehemia
Esther
Hiob
Psalmen
Sprüche
Prediger
Lieder
Jesaja
Jeremia
Klagelieder
Hesekiel
Daniel
Hosea
Joel
Amos
Obadja
Jona
Mica
Nahum
Habakuk
Zephanja
Haggai
Sacharja
Maleachi
Matthaeus
Markus
Lukas
Johannes
Apostelgeschichte
Römer
1. Buch Korinther
2. Buch Korinther
Galater
Epheser
Philipper
Kolosser
1. Buch Thessalonich
2. Buch Thessalonich
1. Buch Timotheus
2. Buch Timotheus
Titus
Philemon
Hebräer
Jakobus
1. Buch Petrus
2. Buch Petrus
1. Buch Johannes
2. Buch Johannes
3. Buch Johannes
Judas
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The Luther Bible is a German Bible translation by Martin Luther, first printed with both testaments in 1534. This translation is considered to be largely responsible for the evolution of the modern German language.

"The task of translating the Bible which he thus assumed was to absorb him until the end of his life." While he was sequestered in the Wartburg Castle (1521–1522) Luther began to translate the New Testament into German in order to make it more accessible to all the people of the "Holy Roman Empire of the German nation." He used Erasmus' second edition (1519) of the Greek New Testament—Erasmus' Greek text would come to be known as the Textus Receptus. To help him in translating Luther would make forays into the nearby towns and markets to listen to people speak. He wanted to ensure their comprehension by a translation closest to their contemporary language usage. It was published in September 1522, six months after he had returned to Wittenberg. In the opinion of the 19th century theologian and church historian Philip Schaff,

"The richest fruit of Luther's leisure in the Wartburg, and the most important and useful work of his whole life, is the translation of the New Testament, by which he brought the teaching and example of Christ and the Apostles to the mind and heart of the Germans in life-like reproduction. It was a republication of the gospel. He made the Bible the people's book in church, school, and house."

— Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Table of Contents:

Die Bibel (Deutsch)

Martin Luther Bibelübersetzung

mit Illustrationen

1. Buch Mose
2. Buch Mose
3. Buch Mose
4. Buch Mose
5. Buch Mose
Josua
Richter
Ruth
1. Buch Samuel
2. Buch Samuel
1. Buch Könige
2. Buch Könige
1. Buch Chronika
2. Buch Chronika
Esra
Nehemia
Esther
Hiob
Psalmen
Sprüche
Prediger
Lieder
Jesaja
Jeremia
Klagelieder
Hesekiel
Daniel
Hosea
Joel
Amos
Obadja
Jona
Mica
Nahum
Habakuk
Zephanja
Haggai
Sacharja
Maleachi
Matthaeus
Markus
Lukas
Johannes
Apostelgeschichte
Römer
1. Buch Korinther
2. Buch Korinther
Galater
Epheser
Philipper
Kolosser
1. Buch Thessalonich
2. Buch Thessalonich
1. Buch Timotheus
2. Buch Timotheus
Titus
Philemon
Hebräer
Jakobus
1. Buch Petrus
2. Buch Petrus
1. Buch Johannes
2. Buch Johannes
3. Buch Johannes
Judas
Offenbarung

Recent changes:
-fixed books that gave "not found" error;

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