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Dr. Julian Hills
Julian V. Hills, Th.D.
Associate Professor

Julian V. Hills (Th.D., Harvard University, 1984), [Biblical], specializes in New Testament studies, especially in the Gospel of John and the Johannine traditions in the first three centuries. His most recent published work has focused on non-canonical literature and its relation to the New Testament. A recipient of the 1999 Père Marquette faculty teaching award, Dr. Hills is currently completing a major collaborative project with other North American scholars: the first U.S. edition of the apocryphal acts.

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