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  1. Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians by Martin (1483-1546) Luther, 2010-01-01
  2. Correspondence and other contemporary letters. tr. and ed. by Pr by Luther. Martin. 1483-1546., 1913-01-01
  3. A commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians : wherein is most excellently set forth, the glorious riches of God's grace ... and strength of faith declared, to the joyful comfort ... of all true Christian believers ... : to which is prefixed, An account of the life of the author ... by Martin, 1483-1546 Luther, 2009-10-26
  4. Large Catechism by Martin (1483-1546) Luther, 2010-01-01
  5. Treatise on Good Works by Martin (1483-1546) Luther, 2010-01-01
  6. Katalog der Ausstellung " Martin Luther 1483 bis 1546 in der Staatlichen Lutherhalle Wittenberg by Staatliche Lutherhalle Wittenberg, 1984
  7. Martin Luther: the hero of the reformation 1483-1546 / by Henry Eyster Jacobs by Henry Eyster Jacobs, 2010-08-30
  8. Martin Luther, the hero of the reformation; 1483-1546; by Henry Eyster Jacobs, 2010-08-22
  9. Martin Luther, the hero of the reformation: 1483-1546 by Henry Eyster Jacobs, 2010-08-30
  10. Martin Luther The Hero of the Reformation 1483 to 1546 by Henry Eyster Jacobs, 2010-09-10
  11. Martin Luther The Hero of the Reformation 1483 to 1546 by Henry Eyster Jacobs, 2010-09-10
  12. Martin Luther The Hero of the Reformation 1483 to 1546 by Henry Eyster Jacobs, 2005-04-01
  13. Martin Luther: Exploring His Life and Times, 1483-1546 by Helmar Junghans, 1999-06
  14. MARTIN LUTHER the Hero of the Reformation 1483-1546 by HENRY EYSTER JACOBS, 1898

61. Luther, Martin. 1483–1546. Concerning Christian Liberty. Vol. 36, Part 6. The H
Searchable treatise on his religious beliefs, including free will, with a cogent critique of the Catholic church and prefatory letter to Pope Leo X.
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63. Medieval Sourcebook: Martin Luther: Letter To The Archbishop Of Mainz, 1517
Entreaty by Martin Luther concerning the sale of indulgences. Shows his stage of theological development through his arguments.
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Martin Luther: Letter to the Archbishop of Mainz, 1517
Luther wrote to the Archbishop protesting the sale of indulgences to finance the building of a new cathedral. The Archbishop, of course, was one of the people who had authorized the sale of indulgences for that purpose. Note the objections Luther states towards indulgences and their use by church officials. To the Most Reverend Father in Christ and Most Illustrious Lord, Albrecht of Magdeburg and Mainz, Archbishop and Primate of the Church, Margrave of Brandenburg, etc., his own lord and pastor in Christ, worthy of reverence and fear, and most gracious. JESUS But what can I do, good Primate and Most Illustrious Prince, except pray your Most Reverend Fatherhood by the Lord Jesus Christ that you would deign to look [on this matter] with the eye of fatherly care, and do away entirely with that treatise and impose upon the preachers of pardons another form of preaching; lest, perchance, one may some time arise, who will publish writings in which he will confute both them and that treatise, to the shame of your Most Illustrious Sublimity. I shrink very much from thinking that this will be done, and yet I fear that it will come to pass, unless there is some speedy remedy. These faithful offices of my insignificance I beg that your Most Illustrious Grace may deign to accept in the spirit of a Prince and a Bishop, i.e., with the greatest clemency, as I offer them out of a faithful heart, altogether devoted to you, Most Reverend Father, since I too am a part of your flock.

64. Luther, Address
Essay from 1520 teaches that all believers are in the spiritual estate, clergy are not the masters of Scripture, and Pope is not master of the Church if he contradicts the Bible.

Martin Luther
Address to the Christian Nobility
of the German Nation

J.H. Robinson, ed.
Readings in European History (Boston: Ginn, 1906), 2:
Hanover Historical Texts Project

Scanned and proofread by Monica Banas, 1996.
The Romanists have, with great adroitness, drawn three walls round themselves, with which they have hitherto protected themselves, so that no one could reform them, whereby all Christendom has fallen terribly. First, if pressed by the temporal power, they have affirmed and maintained that the temporal power has no jurisdiction over them, but, on the contrary, that the spiritual power is above the temporal. Secondly, if it were proposed to admonish them with the Scriptures, they objected that no one may interpret the Scriptures but the Pope. Thirdly, if they are threatened with a council, they pretend that no one may call a council but the Pope ... Now may God help us, and give us one of those trumpets that overthrew the walls of Jericho, so that we may blow down these walls of straw and paper, and that we may set free our Christian rods for the chastisement of sin, and expose the craft and deceit of the devil, so that we may amend ourselves by punishment and again obtain God's favour. Let us, in the first place, attack the first wall.

65. Luther Martin - Underhill Center, Vermont (VT) | Company Profile
Luther Martin company profile in Underhill Center, VT. Our free company profile report for Luther Martin includes business information such as contact, sales and financial data.

66. Concordia Theological Seminary - Library - Etext
R.S. Grignon translation (Harvard Classics edition). Available in plain text and HTML.
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67. Luther, Martin
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68. Concerning Christian Liberty - Table Of Contents
R.S. Grignon translation of the essay in HTML. Includes internal search engine.
Concerning Christian Liberty
by Martin Luther Terms Please read the terms under which this book is provided to you Preface Letter of Martin Luther to Pope Leo X Chapter I Concerning Christian Liberty Search this book for: Use Free-Text Query Tips for searching Please read the terms under which this book is provided to you

69. Luther Martin Quotes
Luther Martin When the tempest rages, when the thunders roar, and the lightnings blaze around us it is then that the truly brave man stands firm at his post.

70. An Open Letter On Translating - Table Of Contents
Written to his adversaries concerning their comments on his translation of the Bible into German.
An Open Letter on Translating
by Dr. Martin Luther A letter from Martin Luther (1483-1546) to his adversaries concerning their comments on his translation of the Bible into German. Terms Please read the terms under which this book is provided to you PREFACE Translator's Comments LETTER Wenceslas Link to All Believers in Christ Search this book for: Use Free-Text Query Tips for searching Please read the terms under which this book is provided to you

71. Martin Luther —
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72. Luther & The Biblical Languages
An excerpt from To the Councilmen of All Cities in Germany That They Establish and Maintain Christian Schools , 1524.
The Importance of the Biblical Languages
Martin Luther An excerpt from: "To the Councilmen of All Cities in Germany That They Establish and Maintain Christian Schools" (1524) Emphasis added throughout.) Truly, if there were no other benefit connected with the languages, this should be enough to delight and inspire us, namely, that they are so fine and noble a gift of God, with which he is now so richly visiting and blessing us Germans above all other lands. We do not see many instances where the devil has allowed them to flourish by means of the universities and monasteries; indeed, these have always raged against languages and are even now raging. For the devil smelled a rat, and perceived that if the languages were revived a hole would be knocked in his kingdom which he could not easily stop up again. Since he found he could not prevent their revival, he now aims to keep them on such slender rations that they will of themselves decline and pass away. They are not a welcome guest in his house, so he plans to offer them such meager entertainment that they will not prolong their stay. Very few of us, my dear sirs see through this evil design of the devil.

73. Individual Biographies Of The Delegates To The Constitutional Convention By Gord
James McHenry Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer Daniel Carroll Luther Martin * John F. Mercer * Massachusetts
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74. Main
Searchable database of Luther s German writings from 1516-1525, showing frequency and location of words used in the original texts.

75. Department Of Religion : University Of Vermont
Contact UVM 2010 The University of Vermont Burlington, VT 05405 - (802) 656-3131

76. Martin Luther Sermons
Annotated index and texts of one hundred works from the John Nicholas Lenker 1905 translation of the Church Postil.
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Martin Luther Sermons (117 Sermons)
The following sermons of Martin Luther are taken from The Sermons of Martin Luther , published by Baker Book House (Grand Rapids, MI), 1983. This 8 volume set was itself a reprint of John Nicholas Lenker translation of Luther's Church Postil. Lenker's edition originally appeared in 1905 - as "The Precious and Sacred Writings of Martin Luther," volumes 1-14, published by Lutherans in all Lands. These sermons were scanned and edited by The Dr. Richard Bucher and are in the public domain.

77. America's Founding Fathers - Delegates To The Constitutional Convention
Like many of the delegates to the Constitutional Convention, Luther Martin attended the College of New Jersey (later Princeton), from which he graduated with honors in 1766.

78. Letter To John Staupitz
English translation of message sent to his Augustinian supervisor concerning the posting and aftermath of the 95 Theses.

79. Luther Martin Profiles | LinkedIn
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