Dr. Daniel Lee Hill, assistant professor of Theological Studies, encourages believers to see theology as a path of formation, ordering worship so God's people praise him rightly, in spirit, truth, and love.
About the Contributors
Daniel Lee Hill is an assistant professor for Theological Studies. Prior to arriving at DTS, Dr. Hill helped launch an urban, Christian classical school in Chicago, IL and served at a church in Houston, TX. His research interests include ecclesiology, theological anthropology, and political theology. Hailing from outside Chicago, IL, the greatest city in the world, he previously studied at Wheaton College for his PhD in biblical and theological studies as well as Dallas Theological Seminary. He desires to encourage students to delight in the vastness of God’s goodness, the richness of our inheritance in Christ, and the beauty of the community into which we have been saved. The son of Patricia and Elliott Hill, he and his wife Jessica are the proud parents of one lime tree, a fiddle leaf fig plant, and a fickle jar of sourdough starter. He is a coffee snob, a hip hop connoisseur, and old in all the right ways.