Carolyn Weber tells how a difficult labor and delivery lead her to death’s door and how God sustained her through that trauma she calls the crucible moment in her marriage.
Carolyn Weber graduated summa cum laude from Huron College, University of Western Ontario, Canada. She was awarded the Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship to study at Oxford University in England, where she completed her M.Phil and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Romantic Literature. Also at Oxford, she taught undergraduates and became the first female Dean of St. Peter’s College. Most recently, Dr. Weber has been Associate Professor of Romantic Literature at Seattle University. She has also taught as an Assistant professor at the University of San Francisco, and as a visiting professor at Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA.
Her primary academic research interests have included the following: theories of the soul and the relationship among art, religion and literature in 19th c. Britain and Europe; Orientalism; the Gothic; conversion and confessional narratives; spiritual autobiography; academia and parenting.
The Crucible of Pain
Dennis Rainey welcomes Kent Weber on the program to share how he witnessed to, and then wooed, his wife, guest Carolyn Weber, whom he met when they were students at Oxford.
Whispers from God
Carolyn Weber reflects on her early months as a student at Oxford and her spiritual awakening which began there.