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Renewing Christian wisdom for the church

Retrieving the riches of classical Protestantism to renew

and build up the contemporary church.

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    In Service of Scripture: Rediscovering Reason and Tradition in Evangelical Theology

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    Featuring David Shaw, Graham Shearer, Robert Strivens, Peter Sanlon | September 24 | London
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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 Church

The Davenant Press publishes new books, essay collections, and new editions of historic Christian texts to resource pastors, scholars, and laypeople.

Reforming Classical Education: Toward A New Paradigm

Proceedings from the 8th Annual
Convivium Irenicum

Ed. by Rhys laverty & MARK HAMILTON | $23.95 | 176 PAGES | PAPERBACK

The essays in this volume address these questions and more, exploring the issue of what a distinctly Protestant form of classical education may look like today. Christian educational renewal undoubtedly involves bringing out treasures old–and there remain some which are still neglected. Yet renewal must also be open to treasures new, as we creatively respond to the challenges and circumstances of our time.

A Learned Discourse on Justification in Modern English

BY Richard Hooker | $14.00 | 434 Pages

The defining doctrine of Protestantism is justification by faith alone—what Martin Luther called “the article by which the church stands or falls.” So does this mean Roman Catholics are heretics for rejecting that doctrine? In this classic Reformation treatise, the great English theologian Richard Hooker tackles this question head-on.

Natural Theology: A Biblical and Historical Introduction and Defense

BY David Haines | $14.95 | 145 Pages

This brief guide outlines the biblical basis for natural theology. If Scripture is correct, certain truths about God should be well attested by non-Christians. A thorough historical survey demonstrates that this is indeed the case, and that the Church has long made use of that which is revealed to reason in order to serve Christ, who is revealed to faith.

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Pilgrim Faith is a regular podcast, where human wonder fuels the quest for Christian wisdom.

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Our free monthly Zoom Fellows Lectures showcase the expertise of Davenant Teaching Staff.

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