Answered By: Timothy Grasso
Last Updated: May 30, 2018     Views: 11

Fuller Seminary does not have an electronic edition of Luther's complete works in English. As noted Fuller subscribes to the database edition of Luther's complete works in German and Latin (the language of the work's original composition). 

However, there are some free websites that house public domain translations of Luther's works in English. If you are looking for a particular Luther work in English a good site to try is the Christian Classics Ethereal Library. Other sites dedicated solely to Luther and his context include Project Wittenberg and Martin Luther's works in English. These sites are likely to be most helpful for Luther's more popular works, as I do not think any of these resources are exhaustive for all of Luther's work in English.

If you are looking for a smaller portion of Luther's complete works in English, we do have the complete English translation available in Print at the Hubbard Library in Pasadena. If your request falls within copyright limitations for chapter requests, you could ask that a chapter from this series be scanned for you by our Interlibrary Loan department and sent to you electronically. This is called a "Scan-on-Demand" request and you can find more information in our Library Services for Online Users libguide.