Category: National Convivium

  • Education and the Kingdom of God: Convivium Irenicum 2021 Write-Up

    Education and the Kingdom of God: Convivium Irenicum 2021 Write-Up

    A write-up of the 2021 National Convivium Irenicum on “Education and the Kingdom of God”

  • National Convivium Irenicum 2017 Report

    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 […]

  • Announcing “For Law and Liberty”

    Announcing “For Law and Liberty”

    There are few areas where the discrepancy between the contemporary church and the Protestantism of earlier eras looms so large as in the field of political thought. For the Reformers, their 17th-century successors, and thoughtful Protestants right up through the last century, the vocations of minister and magistrate may have been strictly separate, but the […]

  • Convivium Irenicum 2016 Call for Papers

    Convivium Irenicum 2016 Call for Papers

    June is not so far away anymore, and it is time to announce the theme and Call for Papers for our Fourth Annual Convivium Irenicum, to be held, as usual, at Laureldale Cottage (now Davenant House) in the SC Blue Ridge mountains. The theme of this year’s conference will be “Confessionalism and Diversity in the […]