Luther in CP

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Evan Boardman | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Jan 4 2016 4:29 PM

Is there anything in C.P. by Luther thats not in the 55vol. of Luthers works?

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Ken McGuire | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 4 2016 4:38 PM

The American Edition of Luther is a bit light on the Sermons of Luther. It has some good representative samples, but not the full Postils.

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Timothy Drawbaugh | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 5 2016 4:57 AM

Yes, and no. Most of what is available in Community Pricing and not included in the AE 55 Vols, has now been incorporated into new volumes. Previously the Church Postils, sermons on portions of Matthew and John 17, as well as Luther's Prefaces were not available in the modern series. After a quick look at what is available on community pricing, it seems that what you find in Lenker's "The Precious and Sacred Writings of Martin Luther" and Cole's "Select Works of Martin Luther" are either included in the 55-volume or the newer 20-volume (projected) series. The one exception I may have found in C.P. is that of Preserved Smith's "The Letters of Martin Luther" (5 Vols). There are actually three volumes of Letters in the 55-volume series, and so you may find some correspondence provided only by Preserved Smith. However, the Introduction to Vol. 48 Letters I points out that Preserved Smith often just summarized the correspondence content and did not actually give the letter translation. Hope this helps.

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Matthew Miller | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 5 2016 4:12 PM

This information may be helpful for comparison.

We've made a list of all the letters featured in the CP product The Letters of Martin Luther (5 vols.).

The TOC for Lenker’s Precious and Sacred Writings is pretty straightforward, the individual volume titles communicate the contents well.

Here are the TOCs for Cole’s and Spaeth/Jacobs’ editions of Luther’s Works:

Henry Cole’s Select Works of Martin Luther (4 vols.) 

Volume 1
Christian Liberty
Commentary on the Fifty-first Psalm
Selections from the Commentaries on the Romans, Galatians, and Psalms
Sermon: The Lost Sheep
Sermon: The Good Shepherd
Sermon: The Seven Loaves
Sermon: Two Sorts of Men in Respect to Faith, and What Faith Is
Sermon: The Rich Man and Lazarus
Sermon: The Strength and Growth of Faith and Love
Sermon: The Ten Lepers
Sermon: The Sum of the Christian Life
Sermon: On the Coming of Christ and teh Sign that Shall Proceed the Second Coming
Volume 2
Exposition of the Seventeenth Chapter of the Gospel by St. John
The Consolatory Tesseradecad for "The Weary and Heavy Laden"
The Last Words of David
The Three Creeds or The Confession of the Christian Faith
Explanation of the Lord's Prayer
A Treatise on Good Works
Professors and Prophets Known by Their Fruit
Prophets and Teachers of Miracles Rejected
False Prophets
Volume 3
Commentary on the First Twenty-two Psalms (1-11)
Volume 4
Commentary on the First Twenty-two Psalms (12-22)


Works of Martin Luther with Introduction and Notes (2 vols.)

Volume 1
Disputation on Indulgences 1517
Treatise on Baptism 1519
Discussion of Confession 1519
The Fourteen of Consolation 1520
Treatise on Good Works 1520
Treatise on the New Testament 1520
The Papcy at Rome 1520
Volume 2
Treatise Concerning the Blessed Sacrament 1519
A Treatise Concerning the Ban 1520
An Open Letter to the Christian Nobility 1520
The Babylonian Captivity of the Church 1520
A Brief Explanation of the Ten Commandments, the Creeds, and the Lord's Prayer 1520
The Eight Wittenberg Sermons 1522
The Doctrines of Men are to be Rejected 1522



 

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