A Journal of
A publication of the Davenant Institute
Come for the Platonist critiques of Stoic positions, stay for the C. S. Lewis reference.
Susannah Black Roberts reflects on 10 years of The Davenant Institute.
70 years on, Simone Weil’s “The Need for Roots” remains prescient in diagnosing modern social and political woes.
Learn more about our mission
A 1553 catechism was regarded as a foundational Church of England document. Why then has it been forgotten?
How do Kierkegaard's critiques of the church land when being anti-Christendom has become the new bourgeois faith?
How did two Old Princetonians end up relating so differently to their prevailing racial norms?
Layne Hancock interviews Gary Dorrien, to find out what really makes liberal theologians tick.
An original poem by Donald Williams.
Rhys Laverty introduces the Summer 2023 print editon of Ad Fontes.
An original poem by Tom C. Hunley
What happens when T.S. Eliot meets a lowbrow evangelical arts night?
A new translation makes the founder of modern poetry into accessible and urgent reading.
Phillip J. Donnelly shows how Dante invites readers to grow in holiness through their reading.