Monday, October 10, 2005



A couple of years back Gavin and I were attending the Emergent Conference in Nashville. While there we sat in on Dr. Robert Webber's seminar on Ancient/Future Faith. After the seminar was over Gavo and I sat with Dr. Webber and spent a half our just talking about ministry and postmodernism. I knew after spending that time with him that he was someone that I wanted to read more of. Since then I have become very fond of several of his books- including my favorite- Ancient Future Time.

So this week I am excited to spend time daily with Dr. Webber for my third installment of "A Week With..." series.

Dr. Webber occupies the William R. and Geraldyne B. Myers Chair of Ministry at Northern Baptist Seminary, and previously served as Professor of Theology at Wheaton College for 32 years. He is among the most respected evangelical theologians and a widely recognized authority on spirituality and worship. He has published numerous articles and over 40 books. His most recent books include: Ancient-Future Faith (Baker, 1999), Journey to Jesus (Abington, 2001), The Younger Evangelical (Baker, 2002), and Ancient-Future Evangelism (Baker, 2003).


Thunder Jones said...

His best work, me thinks, is Evangelicals on the Canterbury Trail.

St.Phransus said...

i havent read that one. what a great title though. interesting.


Zoomdaddy said...

this will be way cool, i like webber a lot

gavin richardson said...

i missed not being able to catch up with him this year. maybe we can stalk him down. &:~O