Dick Staub's Bio:
A noted interpreter of faith and culture, Dick Staub is known for the engaging, informed, and insightful conversations on his award-winning daily radio program that ran for 15 years in 60 markets around the country. His weekly interviews are a popular feature on Christianity Today online, and his daily blog draws thousands of visitors each month.
Staub is particularly fascinated with America's spiritual quest, especially that of the younger generation, who are often disconnected from organized religion. He is attuned to the conversation about faith going on in today's popular culture--movies, music, and even video games--and founded the Center for Faith and Culture to help people understand and communicate their beliefs in the context of popular culture.
An adjuct professor at Seattle Pacific University, Staub serves on the board of Image: A Journal of Religion & the Arts, and plays a strategic role in the C.S. Lewis Foundation. A keynote speaker at dozens of conferences and on college campuses, he has served on the board of North Park University and Martin Marty's Public Religion Project. He is the author of Too Christian, Too Pagan and numerous articles.
Staub graduated cum laud from Simpson College and Gordon-Conwell Seminary and took additional courses at Harvard Divinity School and University of Washington. He and his wife Kathy have four children, two grandchildren and a West Highland Terrier. They live in Seattle.
Visit Dick's website at www.christianwisdomofthejedimasters.com