Retrieving the riches of classical Protestantism to renew
and build up the contemporary church.
Join us at the Davenant House for our summer residential intensive program in biblical wisdom: Reading the Bible and the World. This program offers something of an intellectual crash course in classical Protestant political theory and how it may serve our own political thought today. Learn More
Join us at the Davenant House for our summer residential intensive program in biblical wisdom: A Protestant Christendom. This program offers something of an intellectual crash course in classical Protestant political theory and how it may serve our own political thought today. Learn More
Join us for a free Zoom lecture + Q&A with Dr. Chris Castaldo on Thursday 25th May 2023. Learn More
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As we celebrate our tenth anniversary year, the Davenant Institute has accomplished extraordinary things on a very modest budget, by God’s grace and the aid of our army of friends and donors. …read more
We are excited to announce some changes to the team as our ministry continues to grow and develop. …read more
If you are a Baptist wanting to recover your confessional heritage in order to better serve the church, I hope you will consider joining us as we launch this Baptist Studies track at Davenant Hall! …read more
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Ad Fontes is the journal of the Davenant Institute, publishing a premium print edition each quarter, a weekly podcast, and daily online articles.
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The Davenant Press publishes new books, essay collections, and new editions of historic Christian texts to resource pastors, scholars, and laypeople.
The Synopsis offers both a snapshot of the state of confessional theology in the 17th-century Dutch Reformed tradition, and also an enduring example of how the project of systematizing doctrine can serve the church. The Leiden professors modeled thoroughness and clarity of thought in the face of confusion, and a vision of irenic Christian unity over brittle doctrinal uniformity.
What does it mean for man to live as one restored in Christ? Into this conversation comes Thomas Traherne—clergyman, poet, and mystic—to cast a vision of the “shining human creature,” in a new modernization by Colin Redemer.
How is it that we have so lost sight of the meaning of the human person that our very biological sex is seen as just another medical problem to be solved by technique? In a society that has rejected all moral norms, that refuses to honor God as Creator, what hope do we have of stemming the tide of scientific intervention into even the most sacred dimensions of our humanity? In this prescient volume, originally published in 1984, the eminent theological ethicist Oliver O’Donovan offers a penetrating analysis of our confusion over human nature and the proper boundaries of medical science.
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