Daniel Hill

Daniel Hill studied Classics at the University of Oxford, and did his PhD in Philosophy under Paul Helm at the University of London. He has taught philosophy at the University of Liverpool since 2000. He has also taught philosophy at the Universities of Manchester, Keele, and Chester. He has written three books, Divinity and Maximal Greatness, Christian Philosophy: A-Z (co-written), and The Right to Wear Religious Symbols (also co-written), and is working on a fourth, on intention and its role in ethics. He helps co-ordinate the Staff Christian Fellowship at the University of Liverpool, and is an active member of a local church. His passion is to apply the Word of God wherever it speaks: in theology, history, ethics, science, or philosophy. He lives with his wife and three sons in rural Cheshire.
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Serving Christ in Academia
Daniel Hill Education 00:00:00 1,367 24 May 2016