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Friday, January 11, 2013

St. Louis Edition – complete downloads finished

In a previous post, I reviewed the many online resources for the works of Martin Luther.  In that post, I began a process of providing download links for my scanned copies of the St. Louis Edition of Luther's works.  I have now completed the uploading of all the remaining volumes that I could not find available for downloading elsewhere:
Volumes 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13b, 15, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23

So between and my Luther Resources blog page, you can now download and have all of the St. Louis Edition at your fingertips.

Again, who should care to have this German edition in the fraktur font by the old (German) Missouri Synod?  Because:
1) the old (German) Missouri Synod carried the true spirit of Luther to our times
2) there are many references to the St. Louis Edition in Franz Pieper's Christian Dogmatics and other German Missouri Synod publications
3) the Weimar Ausgabe (WA, Weimar Edition) is suspect in its spiritual judgments of Luther, especially in its later volumes
4) the free online translation services can give quick glimpses of Luther's thoughts in English where there are no other translations published yet.

Because I have discovered that offers 15 GB of free online storage space, I will now be adding many more downloads of my scanned publications from the old (German) Missouri Synod in upcoming posts.  In the next post is the publication Lehre und Wehre.

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