I was searching for some volumes of Augustine’s letters in the library today, and found them strangely near the complete set of Luther’s works edited by Jaroslav Pelikan. I decided, alongside my Augustinian epistles, that I would pick out a volume and start reading his works. As a Bible scholar, I am going to start with his lectures, commentaries, etc., on biblical books. Though I may eventually branch out into his other, better-known writings. I will try to keep this up for a year to match the 500th anniversary of the Luther’s promulgation of the 95 theses. If anything catches my fancy as interesting, weird, or surprising as I read, I will post about it as I go! Now to read Luther’s writings on Genesis!