Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Latin Advent Calendars

I found these on Facebook (thanks Becky!) from Classical Academic Press!  It's not necessary to be studying Latin to use these.  You could just use them for a fun way to get some Latin exposure into your day.

There are two different designs:  http://www.classicalacademicpress.com/images/free_resources/AdventCalendar1.pdf

http://www.classicalacademicpress.com/images/free_resources/AdventCalendar2.pdf

Becky is doing a series on Celebrating the Incarnation which I'll be reading, here

And since Philippians seems to be the order for the end of the year, I'm also using the study that her friend Eileen shared on Becky's blog.  Along with that I've been using the New English Translation online which Sam Tsang recommended because of it's extensive notes, and he was right!  Woohoo!  It's much more detailed than any study Bible I've ever come across!  Here's the direct link to the NET Bible: http://net.bible.org/bible.php  I also have the commentary A Guide to Galatians and Philippians by Kim Huat Tan through the SPCK that Sam contributed to, and so far it's been a delight to read with the text!

Now that I've done some sharing, it's time to get on with the day!  Happy Advent!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you, Emily!

    May His song be heard, and may we celebrate His coming with joy and a prayerful heart.

    Much love,

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