David Bentley Hart

David Bentley Hart is an Eastern Orthodox theologian, philosopher, and cultural commentator. Born and raised in Maryland, he studied at Cambridge and the University of Virginia. He has taught at Virginia, Duke, Providence, St. Louis, and Notre Dame. Since 2003 he has published 11 books, and for a decade or so he served as the back-page columnist for the magazine First Things.


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Public Theology in Retreat

"Where is the Reinhold Niebuhr for today?" Brad East reviews three new books from theologian David Bentley Hart....

Public Theology in Retreat


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