Daniel Hill, having had his secondary education at Birkenhead School, read Literae Humaniores (Classics & Philosophy) for his BA and MA at Corpus Christi, College, Oxford, from 1991 to 1996. He then studied for an MA in Philosophy of Religion at King's College, London, from 1996 to 1997. He then studied for a PhD in Philosophy under Paul Helm and Martin Stone at the University of London from 1997 to 2001. In the year 2000 he started teaching part-time at the University of Liverpool, and was made permanent and full-time in 2011. In the meantime he also taught at the Universities of Chester, Keele, and Manchester, as well as at Merchant Taylors' School,. Crosby.
In addition to his lecturership at the University of Liverpool, he helps organize meetings of the Staff Christian Fellowship, and is always happy to be contacted by people interested in the Christian faith.
Prizes or Honours
- Discussion of my work on Omnipotence (Tyndale Fellowship, 2008)
- Competition B (British Academy/AHRC, 1997)
- Competition A (British Academy/AHRC, 1996)
- James F. Thomson Prize for Philosophy (Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1996)