Dr. Darin H. Davis is assistant professor of Christian philosophy and ethics at George W. Truett Theological Seminary and director of Baylor's Institute for Faith and Learning.
He earned degrees from the University of Texas, Baylor University, and Saint Louis University (Ph.D. in philosophy). His articles have appeared in the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, Christian Reflection, and The Southern Journal of Philosophy. He is the editor and co-author of Educating for Wisdom in the 21st Century University (St. Augustine's Press, forthcoming). At Truett, he teaches courses in Christian ethics and Christian friendship. He also serves as a member of the graduate faculty of Baylor's Philosophy Department. He was recognized with a Mortar Board Circle of Achievement Award in 2013.
As director of Baylor's Institute for Faith and Learning (IFL) since 2008, Dr. Davis oversees IFL's numerous projects: the annual Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture; various faculty and staff development efforts for the University; programs for Baylor undergraduate and graduate students (the Crane Scholars Program and Conyers Scholars Program); the Bill and Roberta Bailey Family Lecture in Christian Ethics; an annual medical ethics lecture for area health care professionals; and the publication of Christian Reflection: A Series in Faith and Ethics.
A native of Amarillo, Texas, he and his wife Brenda have three daughters. He is pastor of Blue Ridge Baptist Church in Falls County, Texas, a congregation founded in 1859.