Darin Davis: Faith and Learning
Season 1 - Episode 8
Today our guest is Dr. Darin Davis, Director of Baylor’s Institute for Faith and Learning and clinical professor of moral philosophy in the Honors Program. Dr. Davis teaches courses on ethics and has been instrumental in scholars programs that help students connect faith and learning, including the William Carey Crane Scholars for undergraduates and the A.J. Conyers Scholars for graduate students. He is a regional editor for the International Journal of Christianity and Education and conducts research on the vocation of learning, educating for wisdom, and the philosophy of friendship. We are delighted to welcome Dr. Davis for a conversation about student character development, what it means to teach “Christianly,” and much more.
- Educating for Wisdom (book)
- David I. Smith, On Christian Teaching
- Christopher Richmann, “Can We Teach Empathy?”