Electronic Luther

For my birthday, my wife surprised me with a Kindle. I haven’t had a chance to play with it too much (darn finals!) but I’ve spent the morning trying to find cheap theological texts online. The Amazon Kindle store has quite a few old translations of Luther for free. Even if you don’t have a Kindle, you can download the Kindle App for your PC (or Mac) and read it on your machine. If anyone has any suggestions of books I should get, please let me know.

2 thoughts on “Electronic Luther”

  1. Don’t forget “To the Christian Nobility of the German Nation” and a collection of his letters. In German there’s “Dr. Martin Luthers Briefwechsel” put out by Leipzig. That’d be good to have – a tome, but good.

    Any possible way you can get your “hands” on the Latin copies of Luthers Werke from the Weimar Press? Is that the translation where you write “Works of Martin Luther,” Volume 1 and 2?

  2. This is just a list of works available from the Kindle Amazon Store for free. A lot of works aren’t available for the Kindle yet and the ones I listed are mostly books that are in the public domain and they have been digitalized. So the “Works of Martin Luther” I have listed is some older compilation of Luther’s works. I don’t have a date for it sadly.

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