Christopher Hall (theologian)
Christopher A. Hall
1950 (age 68–69)
|Thesis||John Chrysostom's "On Providence": A Translation and Theological Interpretation (1991)|
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Christopher A. Hall (born 1950) is an American Episcopal theologian who is a leading exponent of paleo-orthodox theology. He was the Chancellor of Eastern University, the dean of the Templeton Honors College, and, together with United Methodist theologian Thomas C. Oden, another paleo-orthodox scholar, he edits the Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture. He has stated that his goal as a theologian is, "to introduce modern Christians to the world of the early church, particularly because the Holy Spirit has a history."
Hall and his wife Debbie have three children: Nathan, Nathalie, and Joshua.
- Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture series, Associate editor with Thomas C. Oden (InterVarsity Press, Ongoing)
- Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture: The Gospel of Mark, with Thomas C. Oden, (InterVarsity Press, June, 1998)
- Reading the Scripture with the Church Fathers (InterVarsity Press, September, 1998)
- Realized Religion: Research on Religion and Health, with Theodore Chamberlain (Templeton Foundation Press, Fall 2000)
- Ancient and Postmodern Christianity, with Kenneth Tanner (IVP, 2002)
- Studying Theology with the Church Fathers (InterVarsity Press, 2002)
- Olson, Roger E.; Hall, Christopher A. (2002). The Trinity. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.
- Worshiping with the Church Fathers (InterVarsity Press, 2009)
- Does God Have a Future: A Debate on Divine Providence, with John Sanders (Baker Academic, 2003)
- Making Room for God: Spiritual Formation for Christian Leaders with David Fraser (The Center for Organizational Excellence, 1997)
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