The Historical Context of the Invocavit Sermons

1. Bainton, Roland Herbert. Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther. New York, NY: New American Library, 1977. Print.

2. Bornkamm, Heinrich. Luther in Mid-career: 1521-1530. Ed. Karin Bornkamm. Trans. E. Theodore Bachmann. Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1983. Print.

3. Brecht, Martin. Martin Luther: Shaping and Defining the Reformation, 1521-1532. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1994. Kindle edition.

4. Marius, Richard. Martin Luther: The Christian between God and Death. Cambridge, MA: Belknap of Harvard UP, 1999. Print.

5. Oberman, Heiko Augustinus. Luther: Man between God and the Devil. New Haven: Yale UP, 1989. Print.

The Invocavit Sermons of Martin Luther

1. Kananen, Dennis. The following links are from the blog, Luther's Baggage (April-June 2012). In these posts, Mr. Kananen imaginatively recreates five of the Invocavit sermons.

2. Doberstein, John W., editor/translator and Helmut T. Lehmann, general editor. Luther's Works, Volume 51: Sermons I. Philadelphia: Muhlenberg, 1959. Print.

3. Jacobs, Henry Eyster and Spaeth, Adolph . Works of Martin Luther, with Introductions and Notes. Philadelphia: A.J. Holman, 1915. Print.

4. Korthals, James S. "How the Reformers Dealt with Change in the Church." Essay File. Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary Library, 18 Oct. 2004. Web. Nov. 2012.

5. Leroux, Neil R. Luther's Rhetoric: Strategies and Style from the Invocavit Sermons. St. Louis, MO: Concordia Academic, 2002. Print.

Martin Luther the Pastor

1. Kolb, Robert. Luther and the Stories of God: Biblical Narratives as a Foundation for Christian Living. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2012. Kindle Edition.

2. Wengert, Timothy J. The Pastoral Luther: Essays on Martin Luther's Practical Theology. Grand Rapids, MI: W.B. Eerdmans Pub., 2009. Print.