reformed scholasticism

  1. Travis Fentiman

    Latin Dictionaries Online

    85% of reformed theology, and the best of it, is still in Latin. Most of it will never be translated. If you desire the gold, you have to learn how to read Latin. To help everyone to that end, we have compiled a collection of Latin dictionaries online. Digital meta-dictionaries are...
  2. Travis Fentiman

    Reformed Polemical Theologies Online

    One of the most popular generas of reformed scholasticism was Polemical Theology, which is Scriptural theology that is organized around refuting false doctrines and religions. The brilliance of the light is often most clearly seen in contrast to the darkness of error. Little is it known that...
  3. Travis Fentiman

    New Translation of Rollock on Predestination

    There is a short tract in Latin on God’s decree of predestination by Robert Rollock, the early and formative Scottish theologian, which was left untranslated in his two volume Select Works. It has now been translated and made publicly available for the first time. Rollock here treats of the...
  4. Travis Fentiman

    Resources Available on Prolegomena

    What is theology? Can we meaningfully speak of God? What method ought one to go about in learning or setting forth all of theology? How do faith and reason relate? These are the sorts of questions that Prolegomena (before-speaking) asks and answers. On every front modern theology (and much of...