Douglas John Hall has been teaching and writing on Christian theology and contemporary culture for more than five decades. His poignant works address the most important issues facing the church today, and demonstrates a profound grasp of Christian history and the trajectory of Western culture.
Works like Imaging God and The Steward dig into the Christian doctrine of stewardship and its significance for contemporary environmental issues. Hall also addresses centuries’ old wounds and endemic cultural problems of a world that is turning away from religion in What Christianity Is Not, Waiting for Gospel, and The End of Christendom and the Future of Christianity.
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Explore more of Hall’s writings on Christianity and North American culture with Douglas John Hall: Collected Readings.
Douglas John Hall is emeritus professor of theology at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. Among the most widely read theologians in North America, Hall has written many popular and acclaimed works, including Lighten Our Darkness, God and Human Suffering, and Why Christian? He has also written a full-scale trilogy in systematic theology: Thinking the Faith, Professing the Faith, and Confessing the Faith.