Daniel Lee Hill, Ph.D.

Daniel Lee Hill, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Christian Theology
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B.A., Hampton University
Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary
Ph.D., Wheaton College

Courses Taught
Texts and Traditions 3
Constructive Theology
Publication Highlights
  • Gospel Freedom (Baker Academic, Forthcoming)
  • Gathered on the Road to Zion: Toward a Free-Church Ecclesio-Anthropology (Pickwick, 2021)
  • About Dr. Hill

    Daniel Lee Hill is an Assistant Professor of Christian Theology, joining the faculty at George W. Truett Theological Seminary in the fall of 2022. His primary research interests are in the field of theological anthropology, focusing primarily on figures in 20th century theology with an eye and ear toward the work of Swiss theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar. Of late, he is particularly interested in the dialogical relationship of human creatures and their contexts.

    Dr. Hill is the author of Gathered on the Road to Zion and is currently working on a manuscript, Gospel Freedom, that retrieves the insights of 19th century abolitionists in order to construct an evangelical account of public life.

    Dr. Hill and his wife Jessica live in Waco with their son Dominic. In whatever free time he can muster, Dr. Hill enjoys cooking, drinking strong coffee, gardening, and finding new ways to blunder his queen in a game of blitz chess.

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