Dr. Brad Littlejohn
Professor Colin Redemer
Dr. Joe Minich
C.S. Lewis’ book on Miracles is about far more than miracles. In this 18-part series (released over six weeks), Davenant Teaching Fellow, Joseph Minich, leads a discussion through each movement of Lewis’ argument. Along the way, special attention will be paid to Lewis’ rhetoric.
Rev. Danny Hyde
What if I told you that the book of Proverbs, found in the Bible, is an instructional manual to becoming a king? That is, after-all, who it was written by and who it was written for (Solomon, the king of Israel, to his son, who would become the next king of Israel.) In this course we will be using Mark Horne’s book Solomon Says: Directives for Young Men in order to trace the various themes in the book of Proverbs and how those themes guide young men towards a proper orientation of desire for the purpose of kingly living.
Vice President of the Davenant Institute, Colin Redemer, dives into Augustine’s Confessions to help first time readers wrestle with the meaning and importance of this classic work.
Dr. Brad Littlejohn
What was the Protestant Reformation? Why was it necessary? And how did it so quickly engulf and transform Europe after the bold protest of a single monk? In this video course, Reformation scholar Dr. Brad Littlejohn will trace the causes of the Reformation, its key characters and themes, and its lasting consequences for Europe and the church. We’ll investigate the various branches of the Reformation–Lutheran, Reformed, and English–and the Catholic Counter-Reformation to gain a greater understanding of how they have shaped the diversity of the church today.
We need one another far more than we even realize, though during a pandemic we have a bit more awareness of this fact. God designed us for community, fellowship, and unity around common values for our good and for His glory. What is this design? Why does it seem so far from our experience? In this course, we’ll dive into an exploration of God’s design and how the commandments in summary – love God and love your neighbor – should govern every area of life and our relationships to our Creator and every other human being. We’ll dive into the topics of friendship, fellowship, feasting, celebration, stewardship, and economy.
This twelve-lesson course will feature lessons released twice a week. This course will be available soon. You can support this course financially here.