1. J.L. Allen

    Give Me Your Best Mnemonics!

    For Hebrew, Greek, and Latin! I want your best mnemonic devices for vocabulary. If you have ones for grammar rules, I welcome those, too.
  2. Travis Fentiman

    New Testament Commentaries in Latin Online

    I am humbled and thankful to God to be able to present to you a webpage of most of the major whole New Testament Commentaries (or the majority thereof, 75+) in Latin throughout Church history which have been preserved and are on the net. The titles have been translated into English. These...
  3. Travis Fentiman

    Whole Bible Commentaries in Latin Online

    Here is every major whole Bible commentary in Latin through Church history (which has survived, is commonly referenced in the secondary literature and is on the net): 38 total, including those of the puritans. The titles are translated into English. If you have not begun learning Latin yet...
  4. RobertPGH1981

    Improving Written Communication

    Hello All, Some background for myself to provide more context before I ask a question. When growing up I attended Pittsburgh Public schools and never took interest in education. When attending college I realized I was behind and had to work extra hard at catching up. Now that I am older, I...
  5. J

    What do you look for in a translation (a theological work translated into English)?

    In a theological work translated into English, what do you look for? For example, if it's a Latin-English translation of a systematic theology, would people want: A) a doggedly faithful translation (following all the contours of Latin syntax as much as possible), so that scholars can cite it...
  6. A

    Crowd-Sourcing Project: Latin Bible by Tremellio, Junius, and Beza

    As most of you know, the Latin Vulgate is easily accessible, you can buy very nice versions of it for not a lot of money, and it's very Catholic. I am a Protestant, and I am intensely interested in Latin. I would like to have a Latin translation of the Bible that does not translate Matthew 4:17...
  7. Travis Fentiman

    Resources Available: Church History, Early Church

    Friends, If it may be of use to you, I have collected the harvest from the public domain on Church histories and on the Early Church, with links at your finger-tips: Church History: ReformedBooksOnline Early Church History: ReformedBooksOnline There is a lot of amazing material here; I hope...
  8. DeniseM

    Latin curriculum for home schooling

    I began teaching my children Latin a few years ago using the series by Memoria Press; Prima Latina, Latina Christiana I & II. My oldest will be finishing the series this year and I am looking for a Latin curriculum for next year that will build upon what he has already learned in the LC series...
  9. JWY

    Advice for learning Latin

    I know this can be an endless, lifetime pursuit, but I want to spend about an hour a day over the next six months getting introduced to Latin to prepare for future reading requirements. My thoughts were Classical first (Wheelock) and then Ecclesiastical (Collins). Any thoughts about the...
  10. SemperEruditio

    Latin by the Dowling Method

    Is this worth the effort? It sounds like it might be but.... Anyone use this or heard about it? Latin by the Dowling Method