Luther, M., & Sandys, E. (1644). A commentarie of Master Doctor Martin Luther upon the epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: First collected and gathered word by word out of his preaching, and now out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the unlearned : wherein is set forth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace, and the power of the Gospell, with the difference betweene the law and the Gospell, and the strength of faith declared : to the joyfull comfort and confirmation of all true Christian beleevers, especially such as inwardly being afflicted and grieved in conscience, do hunger and thirst for justification in Christ Iesu : for whose cause most chiefly this booke is translated and printed, and dedicated to the same. London: Printed by George Miller, dwelling in the Black-Fryers.MLA Citation
Luther, Martin, and Edwin Sandys. A Commentarie of Master Doctor Martin Luther Upon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians: First Collected and Gathered Word By Word Out of His Preaching, and Now Out of Latine Faithfully Translated Into English for the Unlearned : Wherein Is Set Forth Most Excellently the Glorious Riches of Gods Grace, and the Power of the Gospell, With the Difference Betweene the Law and the Gospell, and the Strength of Faith Declared : To the Joyfull Comfort and Confirmation of All True Christian Beleevers, Especially Such As Inwardly Being Afflicted and Grieved in Conscience, Do Hunger and Thirst for Justification in Christ Iesu : For Whose Cause Most Chiefly This Booke Is Translated and Printed, and Dedicated to the Same. London: Printed by George Miller, dwelling in the Black-Fryers, 1644.