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Wesley Hill

In recent years, Wesley Hill has established himself as a leading voice on Christian sexual ethics and social issues, but he is also an emerging biblical scholar with an original voice and fresh insights. Hill's first major theological work, Paul and the Trinity: Person, Relations, and the Pauline Letters, is a groundbreaking argument for the presence of a fully Trinitarian theology in Paul's epistles.

Paul and the Trinity

In this book, Hill shows that Paul's ways of speaking about God, Jesus, and the Spirit are subtly intertwined — and that, for Paul, talking about any of the three implies reference to them all. He closely examines Paul's God-, Christ-, and Spirit-language and shows how post-Pauline Trinitarian theologies are innate, though expressed in different vocabulary and concepts, in Paul's understanding of the Godhead. In so doing, Hill unites rigorous biblical exegesis with systematic and historical theology.

Hill is assistant professor of biblical studies at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennsylvania. He received his PhD from Durham University in England, completing his dissertation under two luminaries of contemporary theological studies, New Testament scholar Francis Watson and patristics scholar Lewis Ayres. He is a regular columnist for Christianity Today and has written for Books and Culture, The Christian Century, and First Things. Hill's first book, Washed and Waiting: Reflections on Christian Faithfulness and Homosexuality, was published in 2012, and he comments regularly on Christian ethics and homosexuality on his popular Spiritual Friendship blog.

Learn more about Hill and his new book in his author interview on Eerdmans TV and in his recent EerdWord guest post