Hill, Robert Allan Allan Books

Robert Allan Hall is Dean of Marsh Chapel and Professor of New Testament and Pastoral Theology at the Boston University School of Divinity. He earned his Ph.D. in New Testament Studies from McGill University.

An Examination and Critique of the Understanding of the Relationship Between Apocalypticism and Gnosticism in Johannine Studies
1997 0-7734-2282-X
This study describes, criticizes, and corrects an assumption (that apocalyptic eschatology had no place in Gnosticism) frequently employed by Johannine scholars. It explores the assumption's background in Apocalypticism, and in the light of six Nag Hammadi tractates. It then summarizes conclusions and offers additional information in appendices. It describes a trend in apocalyptic studies and hopes to contribute a more accurate portrait of Apocalypticism within Gnosticism.

Prophetic Protestant Sermons on America’s War in Iraq: Marsh Chapel, Boston University
2010 0-7734-3751-7
These sermons address specific questions pertaining to early twenty-first century American life, from the Great Recession to the war in Iraq. Each sermon demonstrates how the gospel contests uncritical faith in political and military power.