Bruce Webb

Dr. Bruce Webb is Professor of Economics and Business at Gordon College in Wenham, Mass. He and his wife Susan are parishioners at the Church of the Advent (Anglican/Episcopal) in Boston. He recently stepped down from the position of co-editor of Faith & Economics (published by the Association of Christian Economists), which he held for 17 years. He has absolutely no hobbies.

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