Personal Study Schedule: Academic Languages, Early Christian Literature, and Study Habits

After talking with close friends, academic mentors, and other scholars in the field, I attempted to compile a quasi-“best practices” to undergird my Early Christian discipline and language acquisition. Some of what follows is a result of these conversations. Continue reading

Oxford University Press Blog on “The Role of Grammar for the Teaching of Latin”

The Oxford University Press Blog posted on a new Latin text utilizing linguistic theory, more specifically the assumption of “Universal Grammar”. As the article articulates, although Latin has been brushed to the side in linguistic discussions with their grammatical categories, … Continue reading