Eventually, when you want to learn more about Lutheranism, you will want to read the work of Martin Luther. For those of us who don’t necessarily want to add the American edition of Luther’s Worksto the library, it is fortunate that a number of websites that have the writings of Martin Luther for the reading. Here are some I have found.
• The first place to go to read Luther are his most beloved texts: the Small Catechism (sometimes called Luther’s Little Instruction Book) and the Large Catechism. These can be readily found within the Book of Concord. You will also find here Luther’s Schmalkald Articles.
• Project Wittenberg is probably the most extensive and well-known on-line collection of Luther’s writings.
• Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL) page for Martin Luther mirrors some of Project Wittenberg content but also has a few more writings.
• GodRules.net has a great collection of Luther’s sermons along with a few other writings.
• The Internet Sacred Texts Collection features a collection of nine of Luther’s sermons.
Two site of note don’t have content of their own, but point to primary source document elsewhere on the Web:
• Beggars All has aggregated a great list of Luther’s writings.