There is no divorce between the secular and the sacred.
“I’m constantly amazed by the quality and commitment of the students I meet at the Robert E. Webber institute for Worship Studies during the on-site intensive sessions twice a year. Students from around the world unite to study worship renewal and encourage one another. Their dedication is apparent as they […]
Creation separated from redemption will always result in the secularization of life.
“The academic study of Christian doxology? Sounds like a pretty dubious idea—likely to press all of the wildness, beauty, holiness and mystery right out of our worship. But I have to say: not so at IWS! The mix of heartfelt practice and intense study, all in the embrace of warm […]
Why early Christians were leaders in the arts, in learning and in the sciences.
The Spring 2016 Edition of the IWS Community Newsletter.
Worship leaders have the awesome privilege of inviting others to follow the star . . . to enter into the right worship of God and to be rightly aligned unto him.
The biblical and historical understanding of the incarnation is that God becomes creation.
Updates from IWS alumni around the world.
Photos from the January 2016 Session in our new home–HABC.
“The Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies is a very distinctive and highly regarded outstanding graduate institution that offers masters and doctorate degrees in worship studies, with students attending from countries throughout the world. The Institute’s academic, spiritual, and programmatic strengths have been well acclaimed and recognized by many […]
Remembering our founder, Bob Webber.
IWS has had a profound effect on the faith, life, and ministry of staff member and D.W.S. alumnus Sam Horowitz.
Why did the West, which was once so thoroughly influenced by the Christian faith, fall prey to secularization and privatism?
D.W.S. alum and Canby Bible College Instructor Jim Dodge was transformed here—and now others are being transformed.