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John D. Hannah is an author and professor at Dallas Theological Seminary. His official title is, "Distinguished Professor of Historical Theology, Research Professor of Theological Studies." He has been the department chair of Historical Theology for the last twenty years and has taught at DTS since 1972.

Hannah is also an adjunct professor of Church History at the Westminster Theological Seminary campus in Dallas, Texas. He is also a member of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals.

Hannah is is a popular and frequent conference speaker in the U.S. and in other countries. His publications include journals, books, audio materials, and computerized works. Hannah also serves on the boards of several organizations.

Education[]

  • B.S., Philadelphia College of Bible (1967)
  • Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary (1971)
  • Th.D. (1974)
  • M.A., Southern Methodist University (1980)
  • Ph.D., University of Texas at Dallas (1988)
  • Postdoctoral study, Yale University (1993)

Books[]

  • The Kregel Pictorial Guide To Church History: The Early Church-a.d. 33-500 (2005)
  • Charts Of Modern And Postmodern Church History (2004)
  • Charts of Ancient and Medieval Church History (2001)
  • Kregel Pictorial Guide to the History of the Church (2001)
  • Our Legacy: The History of Christian Doctrine (2001)
  • To God Be the Glory (2000)
  • Inerrancy and the Church (1984)

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