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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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  • 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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  • Davenant Trust Releases Journal

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    Davenant Trust Releases Journal

    Ad Fontes is a monthly publication seeking to explore great questions alongside the great cloud of witnesses. 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 […]

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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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  • VIDEO: Davenant Discussions: Is Reason Hostile to Faith?

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    VIDEO: Davenant Discussions: Is Reason Hostile to Faith?

    In this first video of our new Davenant Discussions series, we begin exploring the first of four pillars of Davenant’s vision: Reason. What is it and why should we not see it as hostile to orthodox faith? Follow us on YouTube and see other Davenant Discussions! Video Questions 0:37 Human reason is a big, imposing […]

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  • A Report from our Pacific Northwest Regional Convivium

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    A Report from our Pacific Northwest Regional Convivium

    On November 4-5 we held our Third Pacific Northwest Regional Convivium in Moscow, Idaho. Though smaller than in years in previous, the event was an immense success, full of academic rigor, charitable debate, and plenty of coffee. The convivium was kicked off Friday night by a presentation from Michael J. Lynch entitled “The Five Points […]

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  • Apply Now for Davenant House Summer Programs

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    Apply Now for Davenant House Summer Programs

    The Davenant House Protestant Wisdom Summer Programs are designed to help train Christian undergraduates, grad students, and seminarians in Christian wisdom so that they can be equipped to live as servant leaders within the church and their local communities. Students come to live together, work together, eat, pray, and read together, and above all converse together. […]

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  • Davenant Latin Institute Summer and Fall Course Registration Now Open!

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    Davenant Latin Institute Summer and Fall Course Registration Now Open!

    The Davenant Latin Institute, now entering its third year, is pleased to offer our fullest lineup yet of courses in theological Latin for all levels of ability. Our courses are structured to fit the busy schedules of seminarians, pastors, graduate students, and teachers, and are recognized for academic credit by institutions such as Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, […]

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  • New Online Course in the Theology of Preaching Forthcoming

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    New Online Course in the Theology of Preaching Forthcoming

    Following the success of our online Davenant Latin Institute courses, the Davenant Trust is planning to branch out into a wider array of online course offerings in various areas related to our work. These will include, Lord willing, both full semester-length courses, and a variety of mini-courses introducing key texts and themes from the Protestant tradition. […]

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  • Announcing a New Project to Translate Vermigli’s Common Places

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    Announcing a New Project to Translate Vermigli’s Common Places

    As Protestants this year remember the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, they will understandably focus on the legacy of Martin Luther and other big-name Reformers. However, it is to be hoped that this anniversary will also help rekindle interest in figures that were, at the time, hardly less significant to the formulation of Protestant doctrine […]

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