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.

Susannah Black received her BA from Amherst College and her MA from Boston University. She is a freelance editor and writer, editing for Plough Quarterly and Plough Books, Providence Magazine, The Philos Project, and elsewhere; she is also an editor of The Davenant Institute’s journal Ad Fontes, and is a founding editor of Solidarity Hall. Her writing has appeared in First Things, The Distributist Review, Solidarity Hall, Providence, Amherst Magazine, Front Porch Republic, Ethika Politika, The Human Life Review, The American Conservative, Mere Orthodoxy, and elsewhere. She blogs at Radio Free Thulcandra and tweets at @suzania. A native Manhattanite, she is now living in Queens.

Ian Hugh Clary (PhD, University of the Free State) is Assistant Professor of Historical Theology at Colorado ChristianUniversity, Lakewood, CO. Previous to his coming to CCU in 2017, he was Assistant Pastor at West Toronto Baptist Church in Toronto, Ontario, and lecturer in history at Redeemer University College, Ancaster, Ontario. Ian is the co-editor of The Pure Flame of Devotion (2013) and Pentecostal Outpourings (2016), chapter contributor to a number of books, and has published articles and reviews in periodicals such as Evangelical QuarterlyScottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology, and Mid-America Journal of Theology. He and his wife Vicky live in Lakewood, CO, with their four children.

Peter Escalante and Rick Littlejohn are rotating off from their previous positions. They have both been a great blessing to the Davenant Trust, and the Board gratefully acknowledges their fine service.

Scott Pryor steps up as Chairman, taking the baton from Steven Wedgeworth.

C. Scott Pryor (J.D., University of Wisconsin; M.A., Reformed Theological Seminary) is currently a member of the faculty of Campbell University School of Law. He previously served on the faculty at Regent University School of Law from 1998-2015. He has also been a visiting professor at Handong International School of Law in Pohang, South Korea and has taught as a Fulbright Scholar at the National Law University in Jodhpur, India. See his writings on the relationship of the Christian faith to the law of contracts, the influence of Puritanism on contract law, Indian contract law, natural law, human rights, and other matters at his SSRN Author page. You can follow Scott’s occasional thoughts on his blog, PryorThoughts.