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Martin Luther
(1483-1546)

Martin Luther

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Henry Eyster Jacobs, Martin Luther. The Hero of the Reformation. New York & London: The Knickerbocker Press, 1898. frontispiece.

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Primary Sources

On-line Resource Martin Luther [1483-1546], A Commentary on Saint Paul's Epistle to the Galatians, to which are prefaced the Life of the Author and a Complete and Impartial History of the Times in Which He Lived, new edn. London: I.J. Chidley, 1844. Hbk. pp.476. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
Training Course Jules Michelet [1798-1874], compiler, The Life of Luther, Written by HimselfJules Michelet [1798-1874], compiler, The Life of Luther, Written by Himself, translated by William Hazlitt. London: George Bell & Sons, 1904. Hbk. pp.471. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
On-line Resource Henry Wace [1836-1924] & Charles Adophus [1829-1900], editors, Luther's Primary Works. Together with His Shorter and Larger CatechismHenry Wace [1836-1924] & Charles Adophus [1829-1900], editors, Luther's Primary Works. Together with His Shorter and Larger Catechisms. Translated into English with Theological and Historical Essays. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1896. Hbk. pp.492. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]

Secondary Works

On-line Resource James Atkinson, The Great Light. Luther and the ReformationJames Atkinson, The Great Light. Luther and Reformation. The Paternoster Church History, Vol. IV. Exeter: The Paternoster Press, 1968. PHbk. ISBN: 085364084X. pp.287. View in PDF format pdf [All reasonable efforts have been made to contact the copyright holder of this article without success. If you hold the rights, please contact me]
On-line Resource Charles P. Arand, "Luther's Catechism As A Map For Life's Journey," Reformation & Revival 10.2 (Spring 2001): 49-61. View in PDF format pdf
Article in Journal or Book Robert G. Artinian, "Luther After the Stendahl/Sanders Revolution: A Responsive Evaluation of Luther's View of First Century Judaism in His 1535 Commentary on Galatians," Trinity Journal ns 27.1 (Spring 2006): 77-99.
On-line Resource James Atkinson, "Luther and the Wittenberg Disputations 1535-36," Tyndale Bulletin 33 (1982): 31-57. View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource Peter Bayne [1830-1896], Martin Luther: His Life and Work, 2 Vols.Peter Bayne [1830-1896], Martin Luther: His Life and Work, 2 Vols. London: Cassell & Company, Ltd., 1887. Hbk. pp.518+583. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
On-line Resource Heinrich Boehmer [1869-1927], Luther & the Reformation in the Light of Modern Research. London: G. Bell & Sons Ltd., 1930. Hbk. pp.380. [This material is in the Public Domain]
On-line Resource William H. Brunie, "The Face of Martin Luther," Andrews University Seminary Studies 22.1 (Spring 1984): 9-14.View in PDF format pdf
Book or monograph A.G. Dickens, Martin Luther and the Reformation. London, 1967.
Article in Journal or Book George Boardman Eager, “Luther as a Social Influence,” Review & Expositor 14.4 (Oct. 1917): 447-459.
Book or monograph Gerhard Eberlin, Luther: An Introduction to His Thought. Hbk. ISBN: 0002154587. pp.287.
Article in Journal or Book Allan L. Farris, "Calvin's Letter to Luther," Canadian Journal of Theology 10.2 (April 1964): 124-131.
Article in Journal or Book John Alfred Faulkner, “Luther's First Trial,” Review & Expositor 13.3 (July 1916): 336-357.
On-line Resource Michael A.G. Haykin, "Post Tenebras Lux Martin Luther: Pathfinder Of The Reformation," Reformation & Revival 8.1 (Winter 1999): 35-47.View in PDF format pdf
Article in Journal or Book John Horsch, "Luther's Relation to the Anabaptists," Review & Expositor 5.3 (1908): 397-404.
On-line Resource Charles P. Huckaby, "Luther the Catechist," Reformation & Revival 8.1 (Winter 1999): 143-166.View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource Erroll Hulse, "Martin Luther-God's Man for the Hour," Reformation & Revival
1:1 (Winter 1992): 39-52. View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource Albert Hyma, "Martin Luther in His Later Years," Andrews University Seminary Studies 22.1 (Spring 1984): 71-79.View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource Henry Eyster Jacobs [1844-1932], Martin Luther. The Hero of the Reformation 1483-1546Henry Eyster Jacobs [1844-1932], Martin Luther. The Hero of the Reformation 1483-1546. New York & London: G.P. Putman's Sons, 1898. Hbk. pp.454. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
Book or monograph Theodore J. Kleinhans, Martin Luther: Saint and Sinner. London: MArshall, Morgan & Scott, 1956. Hbk. pp.144.
On-line Resource Robert Kolb, "Martin Luther: The Man and his Mind," Reformation & Revival 8.1 (Winter 1999): 11-33. View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource William Landeen, "Martin Luther's Intervention in Behalf of the Brethren of the Common Life in Herford," Andrews University Seminary Studies 22.1 (Spring 1984): 81-97.View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource Thomas Martin Lindsay [1843-1914], Luther and The German Reformation. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1900. Hbk. pp.300. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
On-line Resource Thomas Martin Lindsay [1843-1914], Luther and THe German ReformationThomas Martin Lindsay [1843-1914], Luther and The German Reformation. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1900. Hbk. pp.300. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
Book or monograph B. Lohse, Martin Luther: an introduction to his life and work. Edinburgh, 1986.
On-line Resource Arthur Cushman McGiffert [1861-1933], Martin Luther. The Man and His WorkArthur Cushman McGiffert [1861-1933], Martin Luther. The Man and His Work. London: W.C.T. Fisher Unwin, 1911. Hbk. pp.397. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
On-line Resource James Edward McGoldrick, "Introducing Martin Luther," Reformation & Revival 7.4 (Fall 1998): 17-45.View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource James MacKinnon [1860-1945], Luther and the Reformation, 4 Vols. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1925-1930. [This material is in the Public Domain]
Book or monograph R. Marius, Martin Luther: the Christian between God and death. Cambridge, MA, 1999.
On-line Resource Herbert Pankratz, "Luther's Utilization of Music in School and Town in the Early Reformation," Andrews University Seminary Studies 22.1 (Spring 1984): 99-112.View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource Michael Parsons, "The apocalyptic Luther: his Noahic self-understanding," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 44.4 (Dec. 2001): 627-645.View in PDF format pdf
On-line Resource The Evangelical Succession. A Course of Lectures Delivered in St. George's Free Church Edinburgh, 1881-1882Stewart Dingwall Fordyce Salmond [1838-1905], Martin Luther, The Evangelical Succession. A Course of Lectures Delivered in St. George's Free Church Edinburgh, 1881-1882. Edinbugh: MacNiven & Wallace, 1882. Hbk. pp.249-286. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
On-line Resource Ellen Velvin [1826-1918], Martin Luther. The Hero of the ReformationEllen Velvin [1826-1918], Martin Luther. The Hero of the Reformation. London: The Sunday School Union, 1897. bk. pp.144. View in PDF format pdf [This material is in the Public Domain]
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