If you need to learn German to get into a Ph.D. program in religion or to pass a language exam in a Ph.D. program, you have come to the right place.
Theological German: Advice and Resources will quickly direct you to the best resources so that you can start making progress with the least possible frustration.
This website has 10 pages covering the ten things you will need to learn theological German.
Five ways to learn theological German. You will want to begin with one of these methods or a combination of methods.
1. Travel to Germany and learn German. At our Learn in Germany page, begin thinking about the financial costs and rich linguistic and cultural benefits of studying in Germany for a short-time.
2. Take a course in the United States or Canada. At our Courses in North America page, you can see where courses in Theological German and Reading German are offered.
3. Take a course online. At our Online Courses page, you can see what courses you might take online.
4. Learn German through interactive computer resources or audio resources. See my reviews of Audio Resources and Computer Interactive Software
5. Learn German through working through a book. See my reviews of Textbooks and Grammars
Five pieces of advice you need:
- Advice on Choosing a Dictionary
- Tips on Vocabulary Memorization
- Resources for Translation Practice
- Tips for German Reading Exams
- Tips on Motivation
Please share other resources with us by making comments on the individual pages.
Note: This site used to be located at theologicalgerman.com until Sept 30, 2012