J. Dan Gill
J. Dan Gill is passionately devoted to the cause of reformation in our time. He speaks and writes encouraging the pursuit of what he calls the "Christianity of Christ." He is dedicated to the belief that Christians can come to more truth and understanding of God's word together, while at the same time holding love and respect for one another.
J. Dan Gill is the Editor-in-Chief and a frequent contributor to 21st Century Reformation Online. He has written various papers and articles related to the issues and challenges before Christians today. He is presently writing a new book regarding original Christian Monotheism, titled, The One – In Defense of God.
J. Dan's academic study has focused largely on the issues of early church history and the Reformation. Calling for love and reason, he encourages all Christians to come together for the accomplishing of the work of Christ in our day. He has been active in the Operation Andrew Group which is an association devoted to uniting Christians across denominational and racial barriers.
As a Christian Monotheist, J. Dan Gill speaks and writes often on the subjects of "Who is God," "Who is Jesus" and "How to Come to Peace with God." We at 21st Century Reformation believe you will enjoy his teaching and writings. For an overview of J. Dan's faith Journey, you can find his presentation Oneness to One in the 21st CR Online Library. That presentation chronicles his fascinating journey to his active reformation faith today.
J. Dan and his wife Sharon have been married 40 years and live in the Nashville, Tennessee area. Their faith is shared by their two daughters, two sons-in-law and seven grandchildren.
If you would like to contact J. Dan directly you may email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The One - In Defense of God
By J. Dan Gill
This is an extraordinary book! As a Christian pastor, J. Dan Gill confronts the great issues regarding God and faith in our time. From atheism and agnosticism to eastern religions and New Age; from religious pluralism and popular philosophies to a Christianity which itself is no longer rooted in the simple faith of the one true God of the Bible — all of these are met head on. Written from a pastor’s heart, this is a book which every Christian and non-Christian alike should read.