Checkout some good ponderings over at
Reformed Scholastic Texts.
I enjoyed this recent post.
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Speaking of Holy Scripture, Zanchi extols it thus:
tanquam κειμηλιον inæstimabile, soli Ecclesiæ cœlitus donatum: denique nocturna diurnaque, manu versandæ, & imo pectore recondendæ sunt.
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What does this beautiful Latin (and a bit of Greek) mean? It says something good about how to enjoy your Bible. Find out over at…
Harvesting trees from the forest of Reformed Scholastic texts
(a blog managed by one fine Latin scholar Bennie Castle)