A review of a new critical edition of Leo Strauss’s notes on Plato’s “Euthyphro”
A sweeping account of the doctrine of the beatific vision with the Protestant tradition in mind, now in paperback.
Kevin LaTorre reviews 2023 Pulitzer Prize winning novel Trust by Herman Diaz
Both Augustine and the English Reformers knew self-denial was the only way to ascend to God.
John Wilson reviews a new verse play featuring Calvin, Rabelais, and Ignatius of Loyola.
Critics still wrestle with disentangling Freud from the reading of Wordsworth.
What if the point of “Paradise Lost” was not what Milton thought of Satan, but what he thought of himself?
Find out what the Davenant Institute staff is reading this summer!
Attempts to find anything substantially Christian in modern art remain fruitless.
Against the charge that Christianity neuters human excellence, Augustine has already provided an answer.