WEFOUNDJohannes Bugenhagen's Kirchenordnung Fur Die Stadt Hamburg Vom Jahre 1529: Im Auftrage Der Burgermeister Kellinghusen's Stiftung (Classic Reprint)


This complete table of contents (ToC) lists all the works in the 55 volumes of the American edition of Luther's Works (LW) with cross references to their sources in the Weimar Edition (WA). There is no ToC included in the print edition of LW, so this ToC is based on the digital edition available through Logos software. The cross references with the WA are based in part on Aland’s Hilfsbuch zum Lutherstudium. I have expanded the parts that he left either unfinished in his 1970 edition, which predated some of LW’s publication (LW volumes 6, 10-11, 15-20, 25, 33, 38-39, 47, 49, 52, and 54) or which were simply too cryptic for anyone to follow (ex: his catalog of Luther’s letters).

This list is compiled from the forthcoming volumes of Luther's Works from Concordia Press The first volume of this new series (61) came out in 2009. Concordia plans to release a new volume annually. German texts are indicated in green.

Included are a selection of Luther's early marginal annotations on patristic and medieval works, some early sermons important to the debate over the "Finnish" interpretation of Luther, and Luther's sermon On Three Kinds of Righteousness, an important witness to the development of his theology.

By Professor Dr. Paul Pietsch, from the Weimar edition of Luther’s works, vol. 27, p. xvii-xviii
and the staff of the Stadtbibliothek Nürnberg (Nuremberg City Library)

One of the manuscripts vital to Martin Luther research and to the publication of his sermons is the Codex Solger 13. This is marked with an “N” in the Weimar edition of Luther’s works, since it is in the possession of the N uremberg City Library.

I didn’t know a lot about this codex, and needed to know more about it for the introduction to the forthcoming English publication of Luther’s 1531 Christmas sermons on Isaiah 9:6.

This complete table of contents (ToC) lists all the works in the 55 volumes of the American edition of Luther's Works (LW) with cross references to their sources in the Weimar Edition (WA). There is no ToC included in the print edition of LW, so this ToC is based on the digital edition available through Logos software. The cross references with the WA are based in part on Aland’s Hilfsbuch zum Lutherstudium. I have expanded the parts that he left either unfinished in his 1970 edition, which predated some of LW’s publication (LW volumes 6, 10-11, 15-20, 25, 33, 38-39, 47, 49, 52, and 54) or which were simply too cryptic for anyone to follow (ex: his catalog of Luther’s letters).

This list is compiled from the forthcoming volumes of Luther's Works from Concordia Press The first volume of this new series (61) came out in 2009. Concordia plans to release a new volume annually. German texts are indicated in green.

Included are a selection of Luther's early marginal annotations on patristic and medieval works, some early sermons important to the debate over the "Finnish" interpretation of Luther, and Luther's sermon On Three Kinds of Righteousness, an important witness to the development of his theology.


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