The Reformed doctrine of concupiscence gives liberation to both the pastor and his flock.
Debates around Christology in the seventeenth century were more complicated than we have appreciated
This festscrhift for Robert George shows how far Protestants have come on natural law, and how much further we have to go.
Rhys Laverty sits down with Ryan Hurd to discuss his upcoming course on the doctrine of God.
A sweeping account of the doctrine of the beatific vision with the Protestant tradition in mind, now in paperback.
Protestant retrieval of Thomas Aquinas is welcome. But it has a long way to go.
An accessible introduction to key Trinitarian and incarnational terms.
Brad Gregory’s accusations against Duns Scotus and the Reformers badly misunderstand both.
Nathan Johnson unpacks a surprising belief of the Reformed tradition: that Old Testament believers had sacraments.
A preview of an upcoming Winter 2023 Davenant Hall class on “Impassibility and the Passions of God”