The author has spent the greater portion of his life being intimately involved in studying and living in the human conflicts and cultural crisis of our time. In his search for answers he has earned a B.A. degree from Morehouse College, a M.A. degree from Atlanta University, a M.S. degree from Georgia State University, and a Master of Divinity degree from the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Additionally, he has over twenty-five years of continuing education at various educational institutions, including the University of Georgia. He is a certified addiction counselor and criminal justice specialist. He has over thirty years of experience as a mental health and criminal justice professional, pastoral counselor, a Christian minister, pastor, and educator. He has worked the full gamut of social services, remediation, sustenance, prevention, and growth. He has worked effectively with unruly, neglected and delinquent children, dysfunctional families, clients in mental health, criminal justice, geriatrics, and the homeless. The author has designed, established, and directed social service programs in correctional institutions as well as in the community. He has done extensive social research and has written two masters theses in regards to juvenile recidivism and management of community based social service programs. He is the author of Psychotrauma.
Webb was born in Macon County, Alabama, where he graduated from Tuskegee Institute High School as the president of his senior class, on the campus where Booker T. Washington founded Tuskegee Institute in 1881. He graduated from Morehouse College as the most outstanding student in religion. He was licensed and ordained to preach at Macedonia Baptist Church, his home church in Notasulga, Alabama. While in Atlanta, Georgia, he served over twenty years as assistant pastor and later as interim pastor of the historic Wheat Street Baptist Church. He is the founder and pastor of Foundation Baptist Church in Atlanta.
The author is currently an adjunct professor of theology at the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) through its Continuing Education Program. Through the Certificate in Theology Program at ITC, Webb hopes to provide theological exposure to many pastors, ministers, and lay persons who for various reasons do not go to seminary, but can benefit significantly from education in theology.
The author is convinced by his long years of intense life experiences and top level academic and professional exposures that ONLY THE WORD OF GOD IS SUFFICIENT TO SAVE HUMANITY AND HUMAN CULTURE FROM SELF-DESTRUCTION. This book is designed to make God’s Word plain and to stimulate true religion, art and science in making the Word of God a concrete reality in the social and physical environment, human culture, human hearts, minds and spirits.