Luther on Galatians

During his lifetime no fewer than six editions of Martin Luther’s lectures on Galatians were published. Of these six, five were in Latin, and one was in German. Two of these have been translated for inclusion in the American edition of Luther’s Works. The one is translated from the 1519 Latin edition (based on lectures in 1516-1517), published during the early years of Luther’s career, and the other is translated from the 1535 Latin edition (based on lectures in 1531), published at a later point in Luther’s life. [1]

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Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (1535) by Martin Luther
Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (1519) by Martin Luther

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