Craig Hill is an affiliate assistant professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is also a member of the adjunct faculty at Biola University in New Testament. Dr. Hill has taught in university and seminary settings for 18 years and has served for over two decades in youth and pastoral ministries. His specialization is in the New Testament book of Hebrews, while his research interests include atonement theology as well as theological anthropology. He also works with Standing Stone Ministry, a ministry that provides pastoral care for pastors. Hill also serves on the Board of Directors of Hume Lake Christian Camps, one of the largest youth camps in the nation. He lives in Irvine, California, with his wife, Kelly, and four kids.
“The Use of Perfection Language in Hebrews 5:14 and 6:1 and the Contextual Interpretation of 5:11–6:3,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 57 (2014): 727–42; “En Gev” and “Golden Gate,” in The Lexham Bible Dictionary, edited by John D. Barry and Lazarus Wentz (2014); “Suffering,” in The Lexham Theological Wordbook, edited by Douglas Mangum, Rachel Klippenstein, Derek R. Brown, and Rebekah Hurst (2014); and “Inheritance and Disinheritance in Hebrews” (unpublished dissertation).