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Steven Garber

Former Professor of Marketplace Theology and Leadership, Regent College
BA (Geneva College), MA (Goddard College), PhD (Pennsylvania State University)

Dr. Steven Garber served at Regent College from 2017–2020 as Professor of Marketplace Theology and Leadership and as Director of Regent’s Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology, and Society. Prior to his time at Regent, he served as Principal of The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation, and Culture in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Garber completed his PhD in the Philosophy of Learning at Pennsylvania State University, focusing on the connection between belief and behaviour. His dissertation led to the publication of his first book, The Fabric of Faithfulness: Weaving Together Belief and Behaviour. He served for many years on the faculty of the American Studies Program in Washington, D.C., and his contribution to the book Faith Goes to Work: Reflections from the Marketplace was born of that institution’s unique learning-and-living vision for the moral meaning of higher education. More recently, Dr. Garber drew on his work at the Washington Institute and years of thinking about the nature of calling and career to author Visions of Vocation: Common Grace for the Common Good.

Dr. Garber’s conviction that faith must be held together with every part of life has led him to engage deeply in a variety of contexts. He is an advisor and consultant for a diverse range of businesses, foundations, and educational institutions including Demdaco Corporation, Mars Corporation, Murdock Trust, Blood:Water Mission, and Telos Group. His long commitment to the conviction that culture is upstream from politics led him to contribute to the book Get Up Off Your Knees: Preaching the U2 Catalog and inspired him to participate in the founding of Wedgwood Circle.

A native of the great valleys of Colorado and California, Steve is married to Meg. They have five adult children whose own callings have taken them all over the world.

Areas of expertise

Philosophical and Theological Anthropology
Formation of Belief and Behaviour
Relationship of Popular Culture to Political Culture
Nature of Vocation
Nature of Learning
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