42 min

AmbivaLENT ➕:-‪)‬ The Ad Fontes Podcast

    • Arts

In the debut episode of The Davenant Institute's Ad Fontes podcast, Onsi, Colin, and Rhys talk about Lent. Lent has enjoyed a revival among evangelicals of late. Ash Wednesday is even still the third most attended day of the year in Roman Catholic churches, after Christmas and Easter.

We throw out (wild and baseless) speculation as to why that is: a need for reminders of mortality? The endless churn of the evangelical publishing industry? Modern rootlessness?

We also try to piece together what Lent actually is, what Protestants should make of it, and whether we can see the church calendar as word ministry.

Davenant Product Spotlight
Reformation Theology: A Reader of Primary Sources with Introductions ($35.99)

Currently Reading
Colin: Leo Strauss on Plato's Symposium by Leo Strauss
Onsi: Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche
Rhys: The Crucifixion by Fleming Rutledge

Theme Music
"Midnight Stroll" by Ghostrifter. Free to use under Creative Commons. Available here.

To find out more about The Davenant Institute, visit our website.

In the debut episode of The Davenant Institute's Ad Fontes podcast, Onsi, Colin, and Rhys talk about Lent. Lent has enjoyed a revival among evangelicals of late. Ash Wednesday is even still the third most attended day of the year in Roman Catholic churches, after Christmas and Easter.

We throw out (wild and baseless) speculation as to why that is: a need for reminders of mortality? The endless churn of the evangelical publishing industry? Modern rootlessness?

We also try to piece together what Lent actually is, what Protestants should make of it, and whether we can see the church calendar as word ministry.

Davenant Product Spotlight
Reformation Theology: A Reader of Primary Sources with Introductions ($35.99)

Currently Reading
Colin: Leo Strauss on Plato's Symposium by Leo Strauss
Onsi: Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche
Rhys: The Crucifixion by Fleming Rutledge

Theme Music
"Midnight Stroll" by Ghostrifter. Free to use under Creative Commons. Available here.

To find out more about The Davenant Institute, visit our website.

42 min

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