Geoff Webb Webb, D.Theol., is a Salvation Army Divisional Commander (Western Victoria) and adjunct lecturer at Catherine Booth College (Melbourne).

Dr Webb has pastored Salvation Army churches in Victoria and South Australia, served as Training Principal at The Salvation Army Residential Seminary (Lahore, Pakistan), and until recently was the Training Principal of Catherine Booth College (a college of the University of Divinity). He has taught biblical studies since 2003, with particular focus on the New Testament; and Wesleyan theology (including spirituality in the Wesleyan tradition) since 2007.

He is the author of Mark at the threshold: applying Bakhtinian categories to Markan characterisation (Brill, 2008); co-author of Authentic “fair dinkum” holiness for ordinary Christians (Salvo Publishing, 2007) and Holiness Incorporated: living and working beyond corporate integrity (Salvo Publishing, 2009); editor of Mission Mandates: McPherson Lectures 2008-2011 (Salvo Publishing, 2011).

His current research interests include: Carnivalesque elements in the Johannine Apocalypse; and Wesleyan holiness and leadership.