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Selected Works of Martin Luther 1483 – 1546

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Selected Works of Martin Luther
1483 – 1546
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Table of Contents:

About Luther:

Bible Commentaries by Luther

Famous Passages From the Writings of Martin Luther:

Selected Hymns of Martin Luther:

Selected Sermons from Martin Luther:

  • Sermon on Threefold Righteousness by Martin Luther; from Philippians 2 (1518). From the texts in: D. Martin Luther’s Werke: Kritische Gesammtausgabe, Band 2, (Weimar: Hermann Boehlau, 1884), pp. 41-47. Dr. Martin Luther’s Catechetische Schriften and J.G. Walch and G. Stoeckhardt eds., Band 10. Dr. Martin Luther’s Saemmtliche Schriften. (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1885), cols. 1254-1263. Translated by The Reverend Dr. Glen Zweck.
  • [Refer to Luther sermons recommended and archived at the Reformation INK web site from our References Section, below.]

Selected Prayers of Martin Luther:

Concerning Christian Liberty (1520):


Disputation On the Divinity and Humanity of Christ (1540):

Disputation On the Divinity and Humanity of Christ, February 27, 1540, conducted by Dr. Martin Luther, 1483-1546, translated from the Latin text, WA 39/2,.92-121, by Christopher B. Brown.

The German Mass and Order of Divine Service (1526):

The German Mass and Order of Divine Service, Jan. 1526, by Martin Luther, 1483-1546. Documents Illustrative of the Continental Reformation, from B.J. Kidd, ed. (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1911), pp.193-202. This document was originally made available in digital form as part of the Hanover College Historic Text Archive


A Treatise on Good Works… (1520):

A Treatise on Good Works, Together with the Letter of Dedication by Dr. Martin Luther.

Let Your Sins Be Strong (1521):

Let Your Sins Be Strong: A Letter from Luther to Melancthon. Letter no. 99, 1 August 1521. From Wortburg (Segment). Translated by Erika bullman Flores. From Dr. Martin Luther’s Saemmtliche Schriften . Dr. Johannes Georg Walch, Ed. (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, N.D.), Vol.15, cols. 2585-2590.

An Open Letter to the Christian Nobillity (1520):

An Open Letter to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation Concerning the Reform of the Christian Estate, 1520, by Martin Luther. Introduction and Translation by C. M. Jacobs. Works of Martin Luther With Introduction and Notes, Vol. II. Philadelphia: A.J. Holman Co., 1915)

To Several Nuns (1524):

To Several Nuns, by Martin Luther. From Wittenberg, 6 August 1524. Translated from Briefe aus dem Jahre 1524 , No. 732-756. (Letters of the Year 1524, Nos. 733 – 756). Weimarer Ausgabe. Translated by Erika Bullman Flores.

On Translating (1530):

        • Martin Luther’s Classic tract

      On Translating

        is the foundation of the modern science of linguistics, of Bible translation and a classic of the German language.

The Prefaces From Martin Luther’s German Bible Version:

Martin Luther’s 95 Theses:

“Disputation of Doctor Martin Luther on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences” (1517)

Latin version:

    • An html version seeded by Project Wittenberg, from The Classics Page at George Mason University, Latin Library, Neu-Latin.

English translation:

Dutch translation:

95 stellingen van Martin Luther: Debat tot opheldering over de geldigheid der aflaten van de Eerw. Pater Martinus Luther, Doctor in de Letteren en de H. Godgeleerdheid. Translated by F. van der Heijden. [Connection from The Netherlands]

Turkish translation:

Martin Luther: “Disputaio pro Declaratione Virtutis Indulgentiarum”, translated by Asst. Prof. Dr. Kaan H. Ökten, Maltepe University, Istanbul, available in Adobe Acrobat, and Microsoft Word formats.

Related Correspondence:

Martin Luther’s Large Catechism (1530):

The Large Catechism, by Martin Luther. Translated by F. Bente and W.H.T. Dan. Published in: Triglot Concordia: The Symbolical Books of the Ev. Lutheran Church . (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1921).


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Martin Luther’s Small Catechism (1529):

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The Smalcald Articles of Martin Luther (1537):

          • As subtitled by Martin Luther,

        The Smalcald Articles

          were “Articles of Christian Doctrine which were to have been presented on our part to the Council, if any had been assembled at Mantua or elsewhere, indicating what we could accept or yield, and what we could not.”

The Last Written Words of Luther (1646):

The Last Written Words of Luther: Holy Ponderings of the Reverend Father Doctor Martin Luther, 16 February 1546, Dr. Martin Luthers Werke, (Weimar: Hermann Boehlaus Nachfolger, 1909), Band 85 (TR 5), pp. 317-318. Translated by James A. Kellerman.

Preface to Luther’s Latin Writings:

External References:

  • Luther’s Deutsche Messe (1526), and Passional Christi und Antichristi (1521) are represented in the Digital Image Archive at Pitts Theological Library. They are a portion of the Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. The files may be viewed in postscript and image file formats.
  • Index Verborum– Martin Luther’s German Writings  is an one-of-a-kind reference work provided at Boston College. This on line concordance to works of Luther between the years 1516-1525, provides the location of a word in the Weimar Ausgabe printing of the original texts.

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