I am using a latin text that was printed in the 1950’s to teach myself latin. The exercise that I am on now has some phrases that has me stumped. Could any of you translate them for me?
1.Amici Dei Christianos laudant. I believe that Christianos is the direct object of the verb they praise but I can’t figure out the first part. Is it God’s friends praise Christians?
Christiani Filium Dei laudant. It can’t be Christians praise God’s brothers. I think that I am confusing myself.
Christiani Filium Mariae laudant. Christians praise Mary’s brothers?
I am using a text by a Father Henle. So far it has been pretty easy to follow, but these three sentences have me very confused.