looking to be sharpened
looking to gain wisdom
looking to lay foundations
Davenant Hall advances and renews Christian wisdom for the digital age. Launched in 2019, our classes allow students to work through classic texts alongside expert guides, developing a firm grasp of God’s Word and his world grounded in the classical Protestant tradition. We offer affordable 10-week courses in the treasures of Scripture, Christian doctrine, and the rich intellectual tradition through which they have flowed down over the centuries–even to the present day.
Classes are held over Zoom for 2 hours each week. Students can audit, enroll in our Certificate or M.Litt degree programs, or mix-and-match courses on a for-credit or auditing basis.
Residential intensives and discipleship weeks at our Davenant House property in the Blue Ridge Mountains are a key component of the M.Litt program, and open for anyone else to attend.
Admissions are on a rolling basis; enroll at any point in the academic year.
September 26 – December 10, 2022
January 9 – March 18, 2023
April 10 – June 17, 2023
July 3 – August 26, 2023
Enroll in individual classes on an Auditor basis: readings, live class participation, but no graded assignments.
Register for individual classes on a for-credit basis, and you can later on apply them toward a Certificate or Degree.
Apply to take for-credit courses toward our Certificate or M.Litt in Classical Protestantism. (Full time students receive a tuition discount per class, and can receive a significant further discount by paying per year in advance.)
Course listings and options vary by term.
Join Dr. Matthew Colvin in taking a fresh look at the pastoral epistles and early church polity.
Join Ryan Hurd in exploring the influence and insight of Thomas Aquinas as a preacher.
Join Dr. Matthew Hoskin for a deep-dive into the life and teachings of St. Athanasius
Join Dr. Anthony Cirilla in exploring Coleridge’s poetry through the lens of philosophical and theological prose.
Join Dr. Joe Minich in an introduction to the philosophical grammar that God’s people have used throughout the ages.
Join Tim Jacobs in a study of Aristotle and Aquinas as the foundation for understanding virtue.
New courses will be offered each term in a wide range of topics.
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Here at Davenant Hall, we are seeking to re-imagine the medieval university and the early modern republic of letters for the digital age. By harnessing the new powers of the internet to offer effective and flexible online instruction, and the old practices of in-person fellowship and mentorship to seek wisdom together in community, we are building an army of friends to take on the challenges of the twenty-first century.
At Davenant Hall, our expert faculty members convene classes on their areas of specialization, while rooting them within the broader tradition of Christian thought. This is just one of the ways we are recreating the medieval university for the digital age.