Latin Forms and Grammar Summaries

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Click here for a document I made for my children and me.

Augustine's De Trinitate

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Students:

Here is a paper I wrote simply summarizing De Trinitate, and offering some thoughts on the key interpretative keys for understanding the work.

Latin and Greek Theological Terms

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For a number of years I have had my theology students memorize key Latin and Greek theological terms--mostly gleaned from Richard Muller's Dictionary of Latin and Greek Theological Terms, a wonderful book.  Here is a list I have compiled of some of the key terms.

Might This Be Said of Us

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Augustine spoke extremely highly of his friend, Marcellinus, who was executed for his faith on September 13, 413.  It would be quite a tribute if this could said of one by a friend:

He lived as a religious man—a Christian in his heart and in his life. This reputation preceded him so that he arrived with it in the cause of the Church; this reputation stayed with him after his arrival. What moral goodness he had, what loyalty in friendship, what zeal for learning, what sincerity in religion! He was chaste in marriage, restrained as a judge, patient toward enemies, warm toward friends, humble toward the saints, loving toward all. He was quick to bestow favors, slow to ask for them; he loved good deeds and was saddened by sins.

Augustine wrote this in Epistle 151.8.

Dan Strange on Pinnock on Immutability

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Dan Strange is a very good Christian thinker.  Here he is on Clark Pinnock on Immutability.

Richard Muller on Immutability

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Here is the essay by Richard Muller on immutability.