MacKinnon’s Luther & the Reformation online

James MacKinnon, Luther and the Reformation, 4 Vols.

James MacKinnon’s 4 Volume work on Martin Luther entered the Public Domain today, so here is the full text in PDF for free download.

James MacKinnon [1860-1945], Luther and the Reformation, 4 Vols. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1925-1930. Click to visit the download page.

Table of Contents

  1. Home and Education (1484-1505)
  2. Beginnings of Luther’s Monastic Career (1505-1507)
  3. Luther and the Scholastic Theology (1507-1512)
  4. Luther’s Spiritual Confliect (1507-1512)
  5. The Discovery of the Gospel (1509-1513)
  6. The New Theology amd its Development (1513-1516)
  7. Luther and the Mystics (1515-1517)
  8. Luther and the Humanists (1509-1517)
  9. The Reformer in the Making (1514-1516)
  10. The Reformer at Work (1516-1517)

Volume 2: The Breach with Rome (1517-21)

  1. The Indulgence Controversy
  2. The Developing Situation
  3. The Papal Prosecution of Luther
  4. The Sequel of the Augsberg Hearing
  5. The Leipzig Disputation
  6. The Sequel of the Leipzig Disputation
  7. The Condemnation of Luther
  8. The Reformation Manifestos of 1520
  9. The Diet of Worms
  10. Conclusion

Volume 3: Progress of the Movement (1521-29)

  1. Luther at the Wartburg (1)
  2. Luther at the Wartburg (2)
  3. Luther’s Return From the Wartburg
  4. Luther at Wittenberg
  5. The Empire and Luther
  6. Luther and the Revolutionary Movement
  7. The Conflict with Erasmus
  8. Consilidation of the Evangelical Movement
  9. The Disruption of the Evangelical Party

Volume 4: Vindication of the Movement (1530-46)

  1. The Emperor and the Protestants
  2. The Later Religious Radicalism
  3. Ecclesiastical and Educational
  4. The Emperor and the Reformation (1539-46)
  5. Final Controvery With Rome
  6. Luther and Theological Dissent
  7. The End and its Sequel
  8. Luther and His Work (1)
  9. Luther and His Work (2)
  10. National and Extra-National Influence