Luther Selections from the Table Talk are the famous talks that Luther had with others who had left the Roman Catholic Church.
THE EPISTLES OF ST. PETER AND ST. JUDE PREACHED AND EXPLAINED BY MARTIN LUTHER. Wittemberg, 1523-4. TRANSLATED, WITH PREFACE AND NOTES, BY E. H. GILLETT.
ST PAUL’S EPISTLES TO THE COLOSSIANS AND TO PHILEMON. A REVISED TEXT WITH INTRODUCTIONS, NOTES, AND DISSERTATIONS. BY J. B. LIGHTFOOT, D.D. CANON OF ST PAUL’S; HULSEAN PROFESSOR OF DIVINITY, AND HONORARY FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE. London: MACMILLAN AND CO. 1875. [All Rights reserved.]
Excerpt from Preface
Even to-day this book has its peculiar mission to the Church. The seeking after self-elected works, the indolence regarding the works commanded of God, the foolish opinion, that the path of works leads to God’s grace and good-will, are even to-day widely prevalent within the kingdom of God. To all this Luther’s treatise answers: Be diligent in the works of your earthly calling as commanded of God, but only after having first strengthened, by the consideration of God’s mercy, the faith within you, which is the only source of all truly good works and well-pleasing to God.
By Martin Luther
Concerning Christian Liberty; with Letter of Martin Luther to Pope Leo X
Luther’s Little Instruction Book: The Small Catechism of Martin Luther by Luther
Martin Luther’s Large Catechism, translated by Bente and Dau by Martin Luther