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  • Common Places: Brad Littlejohn on Historical Theology

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    Common Places: Brad Littlejohn on Historical Theology

    Dr. Brad Littlejohn discusses the mission and initiatives of the Davenant Trust along with the work of translating historical theology for the church today.

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  • This Week in Church History: Marburg Colloquy Day 4 (October 4)

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    This Week in Church History: Marburg Colloquy Day 4 (October 4)

    Previous posts in the series: Introduction Day 1 (October 1) Day 2 (October 2) Day 3 (October 3) In this final post, we’re going to recap what the final day of the colloquy and then discuss the colloquy’s importance within the larger story of the Reformation. A Brief Summary of Day 4 (October 4) of the…

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  • The Protestant Doctrine of the Church and its Rivals

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    The Protestant Doctrine of the Church and its Rivals

    This article is taken from the first issue of Ad Fontes: a Journal of Protestant Resourcement. Subscriptions to the print edition are available for $5/month. This is one of two articles in our inaugural issue and is written by Bradley Belschner. Belschner is a systems analyst at Emsi, a determined generalist, and an enthusiast of…

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  • This Week in Church History: Marburg Colloquy Day 3 (October 3)

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    This Week in Church History: Marburg Colloquy Day 3 (October 3)

    Older posts in the series: Introduction Day 1 (October 1) Day 2 (October 2) Day 4 (October 4) The third day of the Marburg Colloquy is the day that the wheels basically came off the cart. The first day featured informal discussions with a small group and was followed by more official (and similarly fruitless) discussions…

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  • This Week in Church History: Marburg Colloquy Day 2 (October 2)

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    This Week in Church History: Marburg Colloquy Day 2 (October 2)

    Other posts in the series: Introduction Day 1 (October 1) Day 3 (October 3) Day 4 (October 4) What we are referring to as day two of the colloquy is, technically speaking, day one. Though the discussion began informally on Friday the 1st between Luther, Zwingli, Melanchthon, and Oecolampadius, the colloquy did not officially begin…

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  • This Week in Church History: Marburg Colloquy Day One (October 1)

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    This Week in Church History: Marburg Colloquy Day One (October 1)

    Other posts in the series: Introduction Day 2 (October 2) Day 3 (October 3) Day 4 (October 4) In the second part of our series on the Marburg Colloquy, we’re looking at the events on the first day of the Marburg Colloquy, October 1, 1529. Beginnings of the Colloquy The colloquy began informally on the morning…

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  • This Week in Church History: Marburg Colloquy Introduction

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    This Week in Church History: Marburg Colloquy Introduction

    Other posts in the series: Day 1 (October 1) Day 2 (October 2) Day 3 (October 3) Day 4 (October 4) October 1 will mark the anniversary of the beginning of the Marburg Colloquy, held in 1529. Over the next several days, we’ll be publishing a series of posts going through the day-to-day happenings at…

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  • November Events in Dallas and Moscow

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    November Events in Dallas and Moscow

    The Davenant Trust invites you to two upcoming events. Third Pacific Northwest Regional Convivium (Moscow, ID) November 4 @ 5:00 pm – November 5 @ 8:00 pm Join us in Moscow, ID on November 4th and 5th for our Third Pacific Northwest Regional Convivium Irenicum, a gathering of ecclesially-minded scholars, academically-minded pastors, and theologically-concerned professionals. Details…

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  • Published: “Radicalism: When Reform Becomes Revolution”

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    Published: “Radicalism: When Reform Becomes Revolution”

    The first in our series translating the important theological work of Richard Hooker into modern English. Richard Hooker’s Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity is one of the great landmarks of Protestant theological literature, and indeed of English literature generally. However, on account of its difficult and archaic style, it is scarcely read today. The time has…

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  • “Common Places” Podcast Launches

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    “Common Places” Podcast Launches

    The first edition of our podcast, Common Places, is up! In this episode, Dr. Brad Littlejohn discusses the mission and initiatives of the Davenant Trust along with the work of translating historical theology for the church today. Common Places

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