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  • The Unique Benefits of Learning Latin

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    The Unique Benefits of Learning Latin

    Until recently, Latin was a staple of any Western curriculum. From medieval times to America’s founding, no education was considered complete without it. Instruction usually began at a young age; by graduation, students could recite Virgil or Cicero with ease. It was not until the education reforms of the 1960s that it was all but…

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  • How to Study the Reformation

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    How to Study the Reformation

    What sort of person enrolls in a class in Reformation studies? It is a seemingly easy audience to profile. For those few programs which offer such a course, we expect it would be required for any student pursuing a degree in Christian history or theology; for young Reformed individuals who desire a deeper understanding of…

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  • A Word from Musculus to Theology Students

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    A Word from Musculus to Theology Students

    The second generation Wolfgang Musculus’s (1497–1563) Loci Communes in usus S. Theologiae Candidatorum parati (1560) is a fine, early example of a Reformed system produced to aid pastoral students of theology.

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  • The Benefits of Learning Latin for Regular Pastors

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    The Benefits of Learning Latin for Regular Pastors

    Benefits of Latin for “regular” pastors? Well, what’s an irregular pastor? While I’d argue Latin is beneficial to all pastors, whether those of mega, medium, or minor congregations, there are certain pastors who may never study Latin—the Irregulars. Their ministries are somewhat restricted, perhaps only to the pulpit, with staff and assistants handling many daily…

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  • Davenant Latin Institute Mid-Year Update

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    Davenant Latin Institute Mid-Year Update

    An Update from DLI Associate Director Jonathan Roberts

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