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         Luther Martin:     more books (100)
  1. Martin Luther the Hero of the Reformation 1483 To 1546 by Henry Eyster Jacobs,
  2. Martin Luther: Hitler's Spiritual Ancestor by Peter F. Wiener, 1999-09
  3. The Cambridge Companion to Martin Luther (Cambridge Companions to Religion)
  4. Martin Luther as Prophet, Teacher, and Hero: Images of the Reformer, 1520-1620 (Texts and Studies in Reformation and Post-Reformation Thought) by Robert Kolb, 1999-12-01
  5. A Man Called Martin Luther by Kathleen Benson, 1980-07
  6. Martin Luther's Catechisms: Forming the Faith by Timothy J. Wengert, 2009-02-01
  7. Martin Luther as Prophet, Teacher, and Hero: Images of the Reformer, 1520-1620 (Texts and Studies in Reformation and Post-Reformation Thought) by Robert Kolb, 1999-12-01
  8. Martin Luther: A Life Reformed (Library of World Biography Series) by Paul Robinson, 2009-11-09
  9. The Wit of Martin Luther (Facets Series) by Eric W. Gritsch, 2006-07
  10. Martin Luther (World Leaders Past and Present Series) by Sally Stepanek, 1986-05
  11. The Martin Luther Quincentennial
  12. Martin Luther & the Jewish People by Neelak S. Tjernagel, 1985-10
  13. The Triumph of Truth: A Life of Martin Luther by Jean Henri Merle D'Aubigne, 1996-09
  14. Martin Luther: Confessor of the Faith (Christian Theology in Context) by Robert Kolb, 2009-03-15

81. English 233: Introduction To Western Humanities -
A commentary on the 95 Theses
http://www-personal.ksu.edu/~lyman/english233/sg-95ths.htm
Study Guide for the "Disposition of Doctor Martin Luther on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences" more commonly known as "The Ninety-five Theses "
The indulgence being marketed by Tetzel distressed Luther because he saw it as misinforming lay people (i.e., non-clerics) about crucial aspects of God's plan for redeeming fallen humanity ≠- about, in other words, the whole purpose of history, and about the nature (specifically, the Will) of God. To be misinformed in essentials about the nature of God means that what one ends up obeying is a false image of God. This constitutes a "mortal sin" (see the note to Thesis 2), and leads (if not corrected) to damnation. Specifically, Albert's indulgence (as represented by Tetzel) encroached on the sacrament of penance.
The numbers to the left refer to the respective theses that comprise the document as a whole.
  • In the note to Thesis 6, you will find some suggestions about how to think of the organizational strategy Luther follows in listing his first 52 theses.
Poenitentiam agite: "Do penance."

82. The Ninety-Five Theses - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
A Wikipedia article on the Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences, commonly known as the 95 Theses.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/95_Theses
The Ninety-Five Theses
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edit Background
The background to Luther's Ninety-Five Theses centers on agreements within the Catholic Church regarding baptism and absolution. Significantly, the Theses offer a view on the validity of

83. Martin Luther
Kyrkoreformerare och f rfattare. Fr n Projekt Runeberg.
http://runeberg.org/authors/luther.html

84. The Life And Acts Of Martin Luther Part 1
ASCII e-text of an extended biography and eulogy of the reformer by his associate and friend Philipp Melanchthon. Translated by T. Frazel and prepared by Steve Sohmer.
http://www.iclnet.org/pub/resources/text/wittenberg/melan/lifec-01.txt
that this is the very doctrine about which the Son of God says, If any man loves me, he will keep my word, and my Father will love him, and we shall come to him and build a dwelling in his house. For I am speaking of the highest Doctrine as it is understood and explained in our Churches by the pious and learned. For even if some men at times explain something more properly and elegantly while other men explain less so, or one man speaks sometimes more unpolished than another, nevertheless there is harmony among the pious and educated about matters of the greatest importance. And as I often think hard about the doctrine of all times

85. The Life And Acts Of Martin Luther Part 2
Continuation of Melanchthon eulogy, beginning at the Diet of Worms in 1521. Translated by T. Frazel and prepared by Steve Sohmer in 1996.
http://www.iclnet.org/pub/resources/text/wittenberg/melan/lifec-02.txt
T h e D e e d s of Reverend Father Doctor Martin Luther in the Assemblies of Princes at Worms before Emperor Charles V, the Princes, Electors, and the nobility of the Empire follow. In the Year of Our Salvation 1521 after Misericordia Domini Sunday (Second Sunday after Easter), Tuesday, Doctor Martin Luther entered Worms, called by Emperor Charles, he the fifth King of the Spaniards of name, Archduke of Austria etc. who in the first year of his Reign celebrated the first gathering of Princes in that royal city. However since three years before Doctor Martin had proposed at Worms in Saxony certain Paradoxes against the Tyranny of the Roman Bishop to be debated (which nevertheless meanwhile were censured, damned and burned in different ways by the Papists, yet refuted by no one either by Scriptures or by logical arguments), the matter began to incline toward a disturbance, with the people watching the cause of the Gospel against the Clerics. And for this reason it seemed good, with the Roman Legates stirring things up, that Luther himself be summoned by the Imperial Herald, and he was led in this by the Emperor and the princes giving letters of safe passage. He was summoned, he came, and he stopped at the Senate (?) of the soldiers of Rhodes, or nevertheless strong and stable, especially if I boasted, this was done by me under the most serene authority of your Majesty and of the entire Roman Empire. "O good God, how great a cover for wicknedness and Tyranny I would then be. "There is a third type of them, which I wrote against some private and individual (as they call

86. The Life And Times Of Martin Luther By J.H. Merle D Aubigne
The Life and Times of Martin Luther by J.H. Merle D Aubigne - complete and free electronic edition of D Aubigne s biography of Martin Luther.
http://www.andrewgupta.com/luther/

87. The Luther Pages
Detailed chronology, with illustrations, of the events, people, places and texts in Luther s life. Integrated links throughout the four-part time line.
http://www.susanlynnpeterson.com/index_files/luther.htm
For more information
about Martin Luther and Reformation history take a look at the Reformation page
that I worked on for a while for the Open Directory Project
For more information
about the Lutheran Reformation, the genealogy of American Lutheran churches,
and church history in general, check out my book, Timeline Charts of the Western Church
If you found these pages helpful and would like to help defray some of the expense of keeping them up and running, here's how you can help (at no additional expense for yourself). The above links will take you to a detailed, four-part timeline that traces the events in the life of Martin Luther. It is, to my knowledge, the most detailed timeline of its kind on the Web. Links within each timeline will take you to many† of Luther's writing available online and to miscellaneous background information on the places and people in Luther's life. If you have suggestions or comments, or if you know of sources I have missed, please let me know. susan@susanlynnpeterson.com My e-mail address: Last modified:† 20 August 2005 Lutherís Early Years Luther the Reformer Luther the Church Leader Lutherís Later Years ... My Essential Church History Library Susan Lynn Peterson The Life of Martin Luther Very few historical figures are as controversial as Martin Luther. His supporters call him a Protestant hero, a freedom fighter, a wise and insightful church leader. His detractors call him a heretic, an apostate, a profane ecclesiastical terrorist. Still others call him a necessary evil or the unwitting catalyst that set aflame a volatile social and ecclesiastical situation.

88. The German Mass And Order Of Divine Service, January 1526
The 1911 translation of the 1526 Deutsche Messe with preface from the reformer, telling why he wrote it, its intended use, and various other rites and options for worship.
http://history.hanover.edu/texts/luthserv.html
The German Mass and
Order of Divine Service,
January 1526

B.J. Kidd, ed.
Documents Illustrative of the Continental Reformation
(Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1911), 193-202
Hanover Historical Texts Project

Scanned and proofread by Monica Banas, 1995.
(i) The Preface of Martin Luther
[2] Next, there is the German Mass and Divine Service, of which we are now treating. This ought to be set up for the sake of the simple laymen. Both these kinds of Service then we must have held and publicly celebrated in church for the people in general. They are not yet believers or Christians. But the greater part stand there and gape, simply to see something new: and it is just as if we held Divine Service in an open square or field amongst Turks or heathen. So far it is no question yet of a regularly fixed assembly wherein to train Christians according to the Gospel: but rather of a public allurement to faith and Christianity. (ii) Of Divine Service Now since in all Divine Service the chief and foremost part is to preach and teach the Word of God, let us begin with the preaching and teaching. (iii) On Sundays for the laity The Mass vestments, altars, and lights may be retained till such time as they shall all change of themselves, or it shall please us to change them: though, if any will take a different course in this matter, we shall not interfere. But in the true Mass, among sincere Christians, the altar should not be retained, and the priest should always turn himself towards the people as, without doubt, Christ did at the Last Supper. That, however, must bide its time.

89. Selected Works Of Martin Luther
Project Wittenberg archive with English translations and some texts in the original German. Two English versions of A Mighty Fortress are included.
http://www.iclnet.org/pub/resources/text/wittenberg/wittenberg-luther.html#sw-hy
Selected Works of Martin Luther
To The Project Wittenberg Web Home Page
Table of Contents:
About Luther:
Bible Commentaries by Luther

90. The Table-Talk Of Martin Luther
English translation of the reformer s Colloquia Mensalia, or Divine Discourses at his Table by William Hazlitt, from the John Aurifaber collection of 1569.
http://www.reformed.org/documents/Table_talk/table_talk.html
THE
TABLE-TALK
OF
MARTIN LUTHER
TRANSLATED BY WILLIAM HAZLITT, Esq. Philadelphia:
The Lutheran Publication Society
Typed by: Kathy Sewell ksewell@gate.net
June 1, 1997
This book is in the public domain
LUTHER'S TABLE-TALK
INTRODUCTION
The history of this remarkable volume, almost as extraordinary as its contents, is thus given by Captain Bell: "CAPTAIN HENRY BELL'S NARRATIVE: Or, Relation of the miraculous preserving of Dr. Martin Luther's Book, entitled, Colloquia Mensalia, or, his Divine Discourses at his Table, held with divers learned Men and pious Divines; such as Philip Melancthon, Caspar Cruciger, Justus Jonas, Vitus Dietrich, John Bugenhagen, John Forster, etc.: containing Divers Discourses touching Religion, and other main Points of Doctrine; as also many notable Histories, and all sorts of Learning, Comforts, Advices, Prophecies, Admonitions, Directions and Instructions. "I, Captain Henry Bell, do hereby declare, both to the present age, and also to posterity, that being employed beyond the seas in state affairs divers years together, both by King James, and also by the last king Charles, in Germany, I did hear and understand, in all places, great bewailing and lamentation made, by reason of the destroying and burning of above four-score thousand of Martin Luther's books, entitled, `His Last Divine Discourses.'

91. The Large Catechism - Title
Complete text of the Bente and Dau translation from the Concordia Triglotta. Linked index to five major divisions plus individual Commandments, articles, and petitions. Links to other formats, including RTF.
http://www.ccel.org/l/luther/large_cat/large_catechism.htm
The Large Catechism
The Large Catechism
by Dr. Martin Luther
Translated by F. Bente and W. H. T. Dau
Published in: Triglot Concordia: The Symbolical Books of the Ev. Lutheran Church.
(St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1921), pp. 565-773
Preface
A Christian, Profitable, and Necessary Preface and Faithful, Earnest Exhortation of Dr. Martin Luther to All Christians, but Especially to All Pastors and Preachers, that They Should Daily Exercise Themselves in the Catechism, which is a Short Summary and Epitome of the Entire Holy Scriptures, and that They May Always Teach the Same.
We have no slight reasons for treating the Catechism so constantly [in sermons] and for both desiring and beseeching others to teach it, since we see to our sorrow that many pastors and preachers are very negligent in this, and slight both their office and this teaching; some from great and high art [giving their mind, as they imagine, to much higher matters], but others from sheer laziness and care for their paunches, assuming no other relation to this business than if they were pastors and preachers for their bellies' sake, and had nothing to do but to [spend and] consume their emoluments as long as they live, as they have been accustomed to do under the Papacy.
And although they have now everything that they are to preach and teach placed before them so abundantly, clearly, and easily, in so many [excellent and] helpful books, and the true Sermones per se loquentes, Dormi secure, Paratos et Thesauros, as they were called in former times; yet they are not so godly and honest as to buy these books, or even when they have them, to look at them or read them. Alas! they are altogether shameful gluttons and servants of their own bellies who ought to be more properly swineherds and dog-tenders than care-takers of souls and pastors.

92. A Treatise On Good Works - Table Of Contents
In HTML, in chapter sections, at World Wide School. allows large print viewing even on crippled browsers.
http://www.worldwideschool.org/library/books/relg/christiantheology/ATreatiseonG
A Treatise on Good Works
by Martin Luther Terms Please read the terms under which this book is provided to you Preface Introduction 1520 Dedication Jesus Part I Part II Part III Part IV ... Part VI Search this book for: Use Free-Text Query Tips for searching Please read the terms under which this book is provided to you

93. Disputation Of Doctor Martin Luther On The Power And Efficacy Of Indulgences - T
Latin with English translation by Spaeth et al. in HTML. Includes internal search engine.
http://www.worldwideschool.org/library/books/relg/christiantheology/Disputationo
Disputation of Doctor Martin Luther on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences
by Dr. Martin Luther Terms Please read the terms under which this book is provided to you English Power and Efficacy of Indulgences German Disputatio Pro Declaratione Virtutis Indulgentiarum. Notes Caretaker's Address Search this book for: Use Free-Text Query Tips for searching Please read the terms under which this book is provided to you

94. Home Page
Original translations from Luther from snippets of devotional materials published in German in the 19th century and from the Festival Sermon collections from Luther s Church Postils translated from a 1584 manuscript.
http://markvpublications.com
Welcome to the Tower!
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Man's reason thus ignited 'Gainst Revelations fighted; Man's landed in the mire.
Yet all's by plan long fated By Him who's long been waited, Heav'n granting, else hell's fire.

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95. Commentary On The Epistle To The Galatians - Table Of Contents
T. Graebner translation in HTML. Divided into smaller sections within each chapter with internal links.
http://www.worldwideschool.org/library/books/relg/christiantheology/Commentaryon
Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians
by Martin Luther (tr. T. Graebner) Terms Please read the terms under which this book is provided to you Preface Chapter I Part II Chapter II ... Chapter VI Search this book for: Use Free-Text Query Tips for searching Please read the terms under which this book is provided to you

96. Galatians Commentary (INDEX) - Martin Luther
A verse by verse commentary written in 1535. Part of Project Wittenberg and in the public domain.
http://www.iclnet.org/pub/resources/text/wittenberg/luther/gal/web/gal-inx.html
PROJECT WITTENBERG
Commentary on the Epistle
to the Galatians
by Martin Luther
Translated by Theodore Graebner
(Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1949) Table of Contents
To: Martin Luther Project Wittenberg Contents
Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians

97. Martin Luther - Kalliope
V rker, digttitler, f rstelinier fra digte, s gning, popul re digte, portr tter, biografi og samtid.
http://www.kalliope.org/ffront.cgi?fhandle=luther

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