Martin Luther (1483-1546)

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List of Works
[Babylonian Captivity of the Church]   [Bondage of the Will]   [To the Christian Nobility]   [The Freedom of the Christian]   [Ninety-five Theses]   [Table-Talk]   [Three Treatises]  

The Babylonian Captivity of the Church (1520) [HTR]
The second of the Three Treatises.
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  • Paperback edition of the Three Treatises, translator unknown (Fortress Pr, 1990, 312 pg).
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Concerning the Bondage of the Will (1525)
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  • Paperback edition, translated by Henry Cole (Luther Press, 2013).
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To the Christian Nobility of the German Nation (1520) [HTR,HC]
Or, Address to the Christian Nobility; the first of the Three Treatises.
  • HTML (9 pages, indexed) at Bartleby.com (Translated by C.A. Buchheim)

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  • Paperback edition of the Three Treatises, translator unknown (Fortress Pr, 1990, 312 pg).
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The Freedom of the Christian (1520) [HTR,HC]
Or, Concerning Christian Liberty or On Christian Liberty; the third of the Three Treatises.
  • HTML (Single page, 181 KB) at Bartleby.com (Translated by R.S. Grignon)
  • Multi-format (HTML, EPUB, Kindle, Text) at Project Gutenberg (Translator unknown)

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  • Paperback edition of the Three Treatises, translator unknown (Fortress Pr, 1990, 312 pg).
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Ninety-five Theses (1517) [HC]
  • HTML (5 pages, indexed) at Bartleby.com (Translated by R.S. Grignon)
  • Latin/English Multi-format (HTML, EPUB, Kindle, Text) at Project Gutenberg (Translation by Adolph Spaeth, L.D. Reed, and Henry E. Jacobs, et.al.)

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  • Paperback edition, translated by C.M. Jacobs (Fortress Pr, 1957).
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Table-Talk (pub. 1566) [HTR]
  • HTML (Multi-page, indexed) at Christian Classics Ethereal Library (Translated by William Hazlitt)
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Three Treatises (1520) [HTR,HC]
The three treatises are: To the Christian Nobility of the German Nation, The Babylonian Captivity of the Church, and The Freedom of a Christian.
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  • Paperback edition of the Three Treatises, translator unknown (Fortress Pr, 1990, 312 pg).
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