About Us
Ad fontes, “to the sources,” was a rallying cry of the Reformation. The Reformers bequeathed to us a heritage, rooted in the Scriptures and their wide-ranging humanistic studies, which sought to address the hard questions of theology, philosophy, and culture in a way that was true to the revelation of God’s word and God’s world. Ad Fontes channels this ethos into a modern context, seeking to explore our questions alongside the great cloud of witnesses and the many exemplars who have gone before us.

Ad Fontes is a quarterly journal. Each issue features a combination of longform essays, shorter articles, historical sketches, and book reviews. This website hosts the digital versions of current issues, as well as an extensive archive of past pieces, and a wide array of non-print web exclusive blogs and articles.


Rhys Laverty (Senior Editor) holds a B.A. in English from the University of Exeter, and a GDip from Union School of Theology. Alongside Ad Fontes, he works as Managing Editor at The Davenant Press as well as being enrolled in our MLitt in Classical Protestantism. He has written for The Spectator, Ad Fontes, The Critic, Plough, Mere Orthodoxy, and the Theopolis Institute, and writes a regular Substack at The New Albion. He lives in Chessington, UK with his wife Libby, and their three children.

Michael Riggins (Books and Arts Editor) is a PhD student in English at Baylor University, specializing in Religion and Literature, specifically in the poetry and sermons of John Donne. He holds a B.A. in Liberal Arts from St. John’s College in Annapolis, MD.

Ad Fontes is a publication of The Davenant Institute

Ad Fontes is a publication of The Davenant Institute

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