David Weber

Lecturer in Theology

Director of Church Vocations Programming

Arts and Sciences Building 320


Ph.D., University of Durham, UK.
MA., Montana State University. Bozeman, MT.
M.Div., Concordia Theological Seminary, Ft. Wayne, IN.
B.S., Education. Concordia Teacher’s College, River Forest, IL


Student Anxiety and the Impoverished Imagination. Kuyers Institute. Oct. 2015

“Syllabus as Story: Teaching Theology in Light of G.K. Chesterton’s Philosophy of Stories.” At “Virtues, Vices, and Teaching.” Calvin College October 3-5, 2013.

“Characterizing Christian Hope as Gift and Virtue.” At: “Celebrating The Hobbit: A Conference On The Works Of J.R.R. Tolkien.” Valparaiso University. 1-3 March, 2013.

“Obedience as a Rational Reason For Action.” The Annual Meeting of The Society of Christian Ethics. January 6–9, 2011.

“Kierkegaard’s Individual: Rescuing a Self without a Story.” The Annual Meeting of The American Lutheran College Faculties. Concordia University Chicago.3-5 October 2008.

“Works of Love: Resentment or Repetition.” The Annual Meeting of The Society of Christian Ethics. 4 January, 2008.

Courses Taught

Kierkegaard and the Christian Life.

Tolkien and the Christian Imagination.

Theology and Ethics of CS Lewis

Marriage and Sexuality

Christian Ethics

Christian Aesthetics and the Beauty of Food.