Joanne Lindsell Webber (J.D., John Marshall Law School) is the widow of the late Robert E. Webber and a strong advocate and supporter of his legacy. Now retired, she worked in education, social work, and law in the public sector for 30 years.
James K.A. Smith (Ph.D., Villanova University) is professor of philosophy at Calvin College where he holds the Gary & Henrietta Byker Chair in Applied Reformed Theology & Worldview. The award-winning author of Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism? and Desiring the Kingdom, his most recent books include Imagining the Kingdom (2013), Who’s Afraid of Relativism? (2014), and How (Not) To Be Secular: Reading Charles Taylor (2014). His popular writing has appeared in magazines such as Christianity Today, Books & Culture, and First Things and periodicals such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Detroit Free Press. Smith is also a Senior Fellow of Cardus and serves as editor of Comment magazine.
Michael Glerup (Ph.D., Drew University) is Executive Director of the Center for Early African Christianity at Eastern University, and Associate Editor of the Works of Early African Christianity (IVP). A scholar of early Christian spirituality, he was heavily involved in the development of the Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture and Ancient Christian Texts series under Thomas Oden, and is the editor of the InterVarsity Press Classics in Spiritual Formation series.
Philip Harrold (Ph.D., University of Chicago Divinity School) is Associate Professor of Church History at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, PA. Dr. Harrold is the author of numerous articles and an accomplished scholar and teacher of church history. He has particular interest in the history of Christian religious practice and the recovery of catechesis for Christian formation today.
Gregory A. Snyder (Ph.D., Colorado School of Mines; M.Div., Trinity School for Ministry) is an Anglican priest of the Diocese of South Carolina and the rector of St. John’s Parish Church in John’s Island, SC. An alumnus of Trinity School for Ministry, Rev. Snyder is deeply influenced by the work of Robert Webber and a strong advocate of the Webber Center. Rev. Snyder is also a member Trinity School for Ministry’s board of trustees.
David S. Yeago (Ph.D., Yale University) is a Lutheran theologian (NALC), and Professor of Systematic Theology and Ethics at the North American Lutheran Seminary and Trinity School for Ministry. He is the author of numerous articles and associate editor of the journal Pro Ecclesia. He is also co-editor of Knowing the Triune God: The Work of the Spirit in the Practices of the Church, and author of the forthcoming The Apostolic Faith: A Catholic and Evangelical Introduction to Christian Theology.