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Reverend Bob Smith
Concordia Theological Seminary Library
II. SELECTED WORKS OF MARTIN LUTHER, 1483 - 1546
III. SELECTED HISTORIC WORKS FROM OTHERS:
- Jakob Andreae (1528-1590)
- Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
- Johann Wilhalm Baier (1647-1695)
- Gerhard Friedrich Bente (1858-1930)
- Johannes Bugenhagen (1485-1558)
Bugenhagen was one of the great figures of the first generation of
the Lutheran reformation. Pastor of the town church in Wittenberg, he
was Luther's confessor, one of the first Lutheran pastors to marry,
married Luther, reorganized and brought the Lutheran tradition to:
Hamburg, Brunswick, Luebeck, Lower Saxony, Minden, Osnabrueck, Goettingen,
Soest, Bremen, Pomerania, Denmark and other places. He declined three
Bishoprics and was appointed general superintendant of Saxony. This sermon
is the official sermon at Luther's funeral. He is called the father of
- A Christian Sermon Over the Body and At the Funeral of the
Venerable Dr. Martin Luther, Preached by Mr. Johann Bugenhagen
- Martin Chemnitz (1522-1586)
- Paul Gerhardt (1607-1676)
- Philip Melanchthon (1497-1560)
- Carl Ferdinand Walther (1811-1887)
- Friedrich Conrad Dietrich Wyneken (1810-1876)
Additions to this section will begin with the Handbook of the Lutheran Hymnal.
- [Turn to our online hymnal]
- Following are more complete versions of
V. THE BOOK OF CONCORD (1580)
VI. RESEARCH REVIEWS
VII. THE LUTHERAN CHURCH - MISSOURI SYNOD
VIII. SERMON NOTES ON THE RUSSIAN GOSPELS, DR. HAROLD BULS (1920-1997)
IX. WITTENBERG DISCUSSION LISTS:
X. MEET REVEREND BOB SMITH . . .
XI. Additional LCMS Locations:
From Concordia University, River Forest, both of the following pages provide connections to Lutheran news services, Lutheran forums, LCMS
Lutheran oriented ministries, and services and information.
XII. Project Wittenberg Mirror Sites:
XIII. Style Guides:
XIV. More Resources On Line:
The sites below include the Lutheran Electronic Archve at
Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne (formerly the Project
Wittenberg Gopher site), the Project Wittenberg FTP archive at
projectwittenberg, and additional sites that we think you will find to be edifying.
- Electronic Lutheran Web, Project Wittenberg FTP
- the luther project: devoted to interactive annotative study of
the writing of Martin Luther, by Gary Mann, Augustana College, a
past contributor to Project Wittenberg.
- The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals includes a number of articles on C.F.W. Walther, and Luther and Lutheranism: An Introductory Bibliography.
- Bibliothèque en-ligne d'oeuvres de théologie luthériennes, www.egliselutherienne.org
- The Concordia Historical Institute. CHI is the Archives of the Lutheran Church -- Missouri
Synod. One of the first modern church body archives, it is also one of
the largest. It's collection covers not only the LCMS, but all of
Lutheranism. the Institute has remained strong supporters of
Project Wittenberg from the beginnings of our initiative.
- Readings in Martin Luther, is a part of Professor Lyman
Baker's suggested reading
for The Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation, Introduction to Western Humanities-- Baroque & Enlightment, at Kansas State University.
- The Theology Website makes a number of Luther files available at its Electronic Text Index.
A brief biographical sketch of Martin Luther is also made available.
- H-German (History-Net) at the University of Illinois, Chicago.
- ALEX Database at Oxford University
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Reverend Bob Smith
Ft. Wayne, Indiana
This document results from a cooperative effort between Project
Wittenberg, Gary Bogart of Cornell University,
Reverend Bob Smith, Project Coordinator and Concordia Theological Seminary. Document revised, 17 March 2006
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