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The Seven Ecumenical Councils
Join Dr. Matthew Hoskin for a survey of church history’s seven ecumenical councils.
Natural Law and Natural Rights: 1600-1800
Join Dr. Brad Littlejohn in a survey of the shift in our ethical language from “natural law” to “rights”.
Augustine's Anthropology, Ethics, and Politics
Join Onsi Kamel for a survey of Augustine’s anthropology, ethics, and politics.
Philosophy for Theology
Join Dr. Joseph Minich for a survey of philosophy which the Church has traditionally used in order to do theology.
Introduction to Theological Latin Pt. II
Join Charles Carman for an the second part of our introduction to theological Latin.
Abraham and His Seed: An Introduction to the Patriarchs
Join Dr. Alastair Roberts in a deep-dive into the patriarchal narratives of Genesis.
Philosophy As A Way Of Life
Join Colin Redemer for a recovery of the true nature of philosophy, and its relevance to the Christian.
Introduction to Koine Greek, Pt. I
Join Charles Carman for an intro to Koine Greek
Discovering Narnia: Religion and Imagination in C.S. Lewis's Fantasy
Join Dr. Jason Lepojärvi in an exploration of the religious, philsophical, and literary themes of The Chronicles of Narnia
The Senses of Scripture: Tradition and Theology
Join Ryan Hurd for an enquiry into the church’s historic understanding of the literal and spiritual senses of Scripture.
Pastoral Epistles and Ecclesiastical Polity in the New Testament
Join Dr. Matthew Colvin for an overview of the New Testament texts on church polity, and their historic interpretations.
Richard Baxter and His Times
Join Dr. Michael Lynch for an exploration of the life and thought of Reformed theologian Richard Baxter
Intermediate Latin Readings II
Join Charles Carman for further readings in intermediate-level Latin.
Davenant Hall is seeking to reimagine Christian education.
We combine the rich theological and moral vision of the Reformation with a self-conscious desire to create unique modern expressions of that Reformation's "Republic of Letters".
To that end, we advance and renew Christian wisdom for the digital age, harnessing the new powers of the internet to offer effective and flexible online instruction, and the old practices of in-person community and mentorship to seek wisdom together through discipleship retreats and residential intensives at our Davenant House property.
Taking these together, Davenant Hall allows students to engage the great tradition in order to mature and grow into whatever vocation God has given them.
This curriculum affords students the opportunity to work through texts with guides who can enable students to more deeply know God’s two books, and themselves, in a way that moves them toward the mastery of wisdom: the effective grasp of Word and world, and the ability to see all things in the radiance the eternal Logos whose light enlightens all men and who can be found by those who seek Him.