My family is sick, and we are literally hunkered down just to be sick together. So my plans are largely blown. However, as I do this and that, I thought I could at least throw this post up here: the Lutheran Latin books I’ve gathered for LutheranHomeschool.com. I know, I know. Not everyone knows Latin. But these books would sure help you if you ever want to learn! 😀
Note: these are contemporary Lutherans. Lutherans have historically written a lot in Latin! But these may be more our speed for a while yet!
Latin Books by Lutherans
- There is a lovely Small Catechism in Latin with notes put together by Rev. Dr. Edward Naumann.
- Luther’s Small Catechism: An Intermediate Latin Reader, Large Print, put together by Philip Schaffer
- Liber Hymnorum: The Latin Hymns of the Lutheran Church!
- The Book of Psalms in English & Latin by Latif Haki Gaba
- Liber Psalmorum by Latif Haki Gaba
- Iter Aeneae, part 1 of the Aeneis Pro Liberis series, by Philip Schaffer
- Lacrimae Didonis, part 2 of the Aeneis Pro Liberis series, by Philip Schaffer
- The Latin Vocabulary of the Small Catechism
- The Latin Vocabulary of the Augsburg Confession
- The Augsburg Confession: A Latin Reader
I mean, how cool are these?!
Have a good one! Hope you can stay healthier than me and my family! ha ha haa