We are a growing community of folks who love books, ideas, and Jesus. Theologian’s Library is designed as a space where theological community might flourish—a common place for pastors and scholars to write in order to edify one another and the local church. We are husbands, fathers and pastors, campus ministers, and urban theological planters who have a heart for the church and the desire to see pastors and laypeople love the scriptures, sacraments, and theology more deeply. (Calling all female voices!)

Our hope is that this blog will equip those who stumble across it to love God more fully and faithfully. We would love to have you guest contribute to the site! Shoot an idea our way with the form below and we will be in touch.

Grace and Peace.

The Theologian’s Library



Mark Wampler is a teacher at a classical school in Kansas City, Mo. Previously, he worked at the University of Kansas and Rockhurst University as a campus pastor with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. He has an M.A. in philosophy from the University of Dallas. His wife Rebekah is a teacher in the public school system and they have three boys, Jeremiah (5), Isaac (4) and Ezekiel (1). He loves jazz, Thomas Merton, Bach, and rides a motorcycle.



Ian Edward Caveny is a volunteer campus minister with InterVarsity at the University of Chicago. He holds an M.A. in English from the University of Chicago and has recently begun work on an M.Div. at Covenant Seminary in St. Louis, MO. He and his wife Hannah have a delightful toddler named Theodore, who teaches them more about Jesus daily.


Ralph Roberts


Ralph Roberts is a campus minister with InterVarsity serving in Stockton, CA. He is pursuing an M.A. in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary and enjoys marathon running and exploring the world with his wife Julie.






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