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Luthers Works

Writings that revolutionized the Church.

Thoroughly researched and faithfully translated, the Luther’s Works series consists of Martin Luther’s Bible commentaries, sermons, prefaces, postils, disputations, letters, theology, and polemics—translated and published in English for the first time.

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Luther’s Works, Volume 73 (Disputations II)

This volume presents most of Martin Luther’s activity as writer of theses and presider at academic disputations from December 1537 to his last disputation in July 1545. The earliest disputation contained in this volume is the First Disputation against the Antinomians, held on December 18, 1537. 

These disputations offer Luther’s extended systematic exploration of the central doctrines of Christian theology, drawn from his mature reflection on the Bible, the medieval theological tradition, and the church fathers, in dialogue and debate with his contemporary opponents. They are an invaluable resource for students of Luther, historians of the Reformation, and contemporary theologians. 

Release Schedule

Volume 73—Disputations II 2020
Volume 61—Theology and Polemics 2021
Volume 72—Disputations I 2022
Volume 65—Labors on the Psalms II 2023
Volume 64—Labors on the Psalms I 2024
Volume 70—Early Works I 2025
Volume 66—Selected Psalms IV 2026

About Martin Luther

Martin Luther (November 10, 1483–February 18, 1546) is remembered as “Doctor biblicus,” the Father of Protestantism, and the founder of Lutheranism. As an Augustinian Hermit and professor of theology in Wittenberg, Germany, Luther began by opposing the sale of indulgences, an action that thrust him into international fame. Eventually, he called for a thorough reformation of church teaching and practice based on Holy Scripture alone.

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