D. H. Williams

D. H. Williams is a professor of religion at Baylor University who specializes in Patristics and historical theology. His work has been published in periodicals including the Journal of Early Christian Studies, Interpretation, and Church History. He earned his Ph.D. and M.A. from the University of Toronto, his Th.M. from Princeton Theological Seminary, his M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and his B.A. from Northeastern Bible College.


Volume 76

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Guests on Volume 76: D. H. Williams on the Church's rootedness in its Tradition, why some Protestants remain suspicious, and on the excluding character of Christian conversion; Catherine Edwards Sanders on the spiritual hunger behind the rise of modern witchcraft; Ted Prescott on changing images of beauty and the human figure in 20th century art; Martin X. Moleski on the life, times, and remarkable insights of Michael Polanyi; Stephen Prickett on George MacDonald and the tasks of imagination; and Barrett Fisher on the relative artistic assets of film and literature.