Dr. David Baird holds a BA in English literature from Wheaton College, IL, an MA in Theology and Philosophy from the University of Oxford, and an MLitt and PhD in Theology, Imagination, and the Arts from University of St. Andrews.
His research is situated at the intersection of theology and culture, with particular attention to story and film. Current projects examine the early writings of G.K. Chesterton, the theology of Holy Saturday, and the theological significance of postapocalyptic zombie fiction.
While at Oxford he served as president of the C.S. Lewis Society, and he is currently assistant subject editor for the Journal of Inklings Studies. He also writes film reviews for Thinking Faith and The B.C. Catholic.