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  • Common Places: Fred Sanders on the Triune God

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    Common Places: Fred Sanders on the Triune God

    Systematic theologian Dr. Fred Sanders speaks of his discovery of theology, then discusses the Trinity. How is Trinitarian theology an act of praise? What do the missions of the Son and Spirit reveal about God? In classical Trinitarianism, what is a “person”? This and more!     Highlights 2:10 Fred Sanders’ advice to prospective graduate students 4:40 Sanders’ journey […]

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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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  • Common Places: Aaron Denlinger on Being a Christian Historian

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    Common Places: Aaron Denlinger on Being a Christian Historian

    Dr. Aaron Denlinger joins the podcast and discusses some of the dangers surrounding a simplistic understanding of history and how his calling as a Christian historian compels him to be honest about heroes of history and the context of their lives.   Highlights   3:00-5:00 The dangers of a simplistic understanding of the Reformation. 5:00-10:00 […]

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  • Why I’m Joining the Davenant Institute

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    Why I’m Joining the Davenant Institute

    On June 1 of this year, The Davenant Institute hired Colin Chan Redemer, a Lecturer at St. Mary’s College of California, as our first Teaching Fellow. He will be responsible for helping establish a Christian study center under Davenant’s oversight at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA, as well as speaking and writing on […]

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  • A Latin Crash Course at Davenant House

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    A Latin Crash Course at Davenant House

    This report was written by William Hugh Scott, a Master’s student at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, who attended this year’s DLI Summer Residential Course. On May 22 The Davenant Trust opened the doors of the Laureldale Cabin to host the inaugural offering of “Residential Intensive Introduction to Theological Latin.” This was a one week intensive that […]

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  • National Convivium Irenicum 2017 Report

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    National Convivium Irenicum 2017 Report

    By Joel Carini   Earlier this month, thirty-seven scholars, pastors, professionals, and students gathered at the Davenant House for the fifth annual Convivium Irenicum. The event’s theme was “To All Generations: Teaching the Doctrine of God in the Life of the Church,” and Dr. Fred Sanders, of Biola University, was the plenary speaker. After an […]

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  • Announcing New Board Members

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    Announcing New Board Members

    We are pleased to announce the most recent changes to our Board of Directors, Susannah Black and Ian Clary are joining us, and as Chairman, Scott Pryor will be succeeding Steven Wedgeworth. Read about them below.

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  • Learning About Justice in San Luis Obispo

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    Learning About Justice in San Luis Obispo

    This is a report on Teaching Fellow Colin Chan Redemer’s debut event for the Davenant Institute in San Luis Obispo.  I worshiped God last week in San Louis Obispo with a small group of leaders from the University of the Pacific Intervarsity chapter. If you looked in on us it wouldn’t have looked like worship; […]

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  • The Davenant Trust is now The Davenant Institute

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    The Davenant Trust is now The Davenant Institute

    The Davenant Trust has changed its name to The Davenant Institute.   On June 1, the Board of Directors authorized The Davenant Trust to change its name to the Davenant Institute beginning in the 2017-18 fiscal year. After a couple false starts due to gremlins in the interwebs, the change took effect today and will […]

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