Monday, January 31, 2011

Free Lutheran Kindle Books

I recently purchased a Kindle. My first thought of course was to see if there was any way to find Confessional Lutheran works for free in kindle format. I found this website: which allows you to convert books in epub format to kindle, and it sends them directly to your kindle. I spent a few hours searching google books and found some great resources. So this is to save you the time in looking for and converting books from googlebooks.

Charles Krauth- The Conservative Reformation and its Theology

Charles Krauth- Commentary on the Gospel of John

Charles Krauth- Infant Baptism and Infant Salvation in the Calvinistic System

Charles Krauth- Chronicle of the Augsburg Confession

Charles Krauth- Poverty

Charles Krauth- Baptism

Adolph Spaeth- Charles Porterfield Krauth (Biography)

Ambrose Henkel- Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church

Theodore Schmauk- The Confessional Principle and the Principles of the Lutheran Church

Johann Gerhard- Sacred Meditations

Martin Luther- Works Volume 1

Marie Richard- Philip Jacob Spener and his Work

John Kohler-Shall we have a bishop? Or, The episcopate for the Lutheran church in America?

G.H. Gerberding- The Way of Salvation in the Lutheran Church

G.H. Gerberding- The Lutheran Church in the Country

G.H. Gerberding- The Lutheran Pastor

G.H. Gerberding- The Lutheran Catechist

G.H. Gerberding- What's Wrong with the World?

G.H. Gerberding- New Testament Conversions

G.H. Gerberding- the Priesthood of Believers

Heinrich Friedrich Ferdinand Shmid- The Doctrinal Theology of the Evangelical Lutheran Church

A.G. Voigt- Biblical Dogmatics

Jeurgen Ludwig Neve- A Brief History of the Lutheran Church in America

Henry Immanuel Smith- Scriptural Character of the Lutheran Doctrine of the Lord's Supper

Theodor Haring- The Christian Faith

Henry Eyster Jacobs- A Summary of the Christian Faith

James William Richard- The Confessional History of the Lutheran Church

Wilhelm Lohe- Liturgy for Christian Congregations of the Lutheran Faith

Memoirs of the Lutheran Liturgical Association

Martin Luther- Large Catechism

Martin Luther- the Epistles of St. Peter and St. Jude

Henry Eyster Jacobs- Martin Luther, the Hero of the Reformation

Charles Beard- Martin Luther and the Reformation in Germany until the Close of the Diet of Worms


dwcasey said...

Nice to see an update on your blog :) Thanks so much for the list. As a new Lutheran, this will be quite helpful.

I don't have a Kindle, but I used the Kindle app on my Android phone. The Google Books link provided by RetroRead allows me to load these and read them in Google Books.

Still haven't figured out how to read these using Kindle on Android.

Thomas M said...

If only one had the time to read some of all these books...

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Thanks for this, love the Kindle so I'll check these free books out for sure!