Martin Luther believed that the Bible should be available in the language of the people. He undertook the first comprehensive translation into the German language. This was the impetus for translations by other reformers, particularly into the English language. These sites involve studying the Scriptures from a Lutheran perspective, Bibles published by Lutheran organizations, and information on obtaining copies through Lutheran sources. This category may also include articles about the Bible and Bible translation by Lutherans.

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Books of the Way
Online Scripture studies, sermon helps, Bible helps and inspirational short stories. Includes topic, text, psalm and hymns for both Christian Worship and Lutheran Hymnal.
ILCW Lectionary Bible Studies
Detailed analyses of pericopes from the three-year cycle of readings, based on the original languages, and presented in Adobe PDF format.
Lutheran Braille Workers
Providing braille and large-print Bibles and Christian reading materials to the blind and visually impaired of the world.
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Bible Study
Topics, Christian lists, links to Lutheran theology and historical documents.
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