Matthew J. Hall
Dean of Boyce College
Matthew J. Hall was appointed as dean of Boyce College in 2016 and also serves as senior vice president of academic strategy at Southern Seminary. He also serves as assistant professor of church history. His academic and research interests focus on the intersection of theology and culture in American religion, and he regularly teaches courses in church history, American history, and American government at the graduate and undergraduate level.
He is co-editor of Essential Evangelicalism: The Enduring Legacy of Carl F.H. Henry (Crossway, 2015). Hall is active in denominational life and has served two terms on the SBC Resolutions Committee and is a research fellow with the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission. He and his wife, Jeannie, have three children and are members of Clifton Baptist Church.
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