Ad Fontes, “to the sources,” was a rallying cry of the Reformation. The Reformers bequeathed to us a heritage, thick in the discourses and tools of humanism, which sought to address the hard questions of theology, philosophy, and culture in a way that was true to the revelation of God’s word and God’s world. Through this journal, we attempt to channel this ethos into a modern context, seeking to explore our questions alongside the great cloud of witnesses and the many exemplars who have gone before us. The goal is to aid ourselves and our neighbors in the wise pursuit of common goods.
Ad Fontes is intended to be a monthly publication. Four of these editions (published quarterly) will contain two larger articles apiece on a common theme to be explored throughout that year. The theme for this year is the doctrine of divine simplicity. Some issues may contain shorter independent articles, biographical sketches, book reviews, and annotated translations.
NOTE: We are no longer printing and shipping print copies of Ad Fontes. However, you may download print-files when you subscribe.
Volume III, Issue 4
IN THIS ISSUE:
Divine Simplicity and the Old Testament
A Dissertation on the Economy of the Three Persons in the Divine Works
BY MOÏSE AMYRAUT, TRANSLATED BY RYAN HURD