Gisle Christian Johnson (1822 in Halden – 1894) was a Norwegian theologian.
He grew up in Kristiansand, and studied theology until 1845. In 1849 he became a lecturer at the University of Christiania, and in 1860 became a professor, first in systematic theology and dogmatic history, and from 1875 in church history. In 1855, he moved to Christiania Indremissionsforening and in 1868, The Norwegian Lutheran Academy. In 1858, he edited, together with Carl Paul Caspari, "Theological times for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Norway", and in 1863, "The Lutheran Church Times"
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