Brad Littlejohn (Ph.D., University of Edinburgh) is the founder and president of the Davenant Institute. He also works as a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and has taught for several institutions, including Moody Bible Institute–Spokane, Bethlehem College and Seminary, and Patrick Henry College. He is recognized as a leading scholar of the English theologian Richard Hooker and has published and lectured extensively in the fields of Reformation history, Christian ethics, and political theology. He lives in Landrum, S.C., with his wife, Rachel, and four children.
Brad Littlejohn | The Alex Jones case is a reminder that lies have consequences
Brad Littlejohn | Loving neighbors means not encouraging their sins and weaknesses for profit
Brad Littlejohn | We should resist the urge to share an opinion when we lack important information
Brad Littlejohn | Pandemic migrations bring challenges to small towns—but great potential for America
Brad Littlejohn | The Supreme Court’s action was a rightful exercise of constitutional government.
Brad Littlejohn | Progressives on both sides of the Atlantic have a vision of inevitable “progress”
Brad Littlejohn | The Dobbs decision represented a return to text, tradition, and restraint
Brad Littlejohn | Tough economic times provide powerful gospel opportunities
Brad Littlejohn | As the “defender of the faith,” Elizabeth serves as an inspiration to other political leaders
Brad Littlejohn | A call for creative innovation and personal sacrifice