It is with regret, but well wishes, that MDC announces the departure of Dr. Steve Studebaker after 17 years of service.
Steve is Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology and holder of the Howard and Shirley Bentall Chair in Evangelical Thought. He joined McMaster Divinity College in July 2006, teaching courses in theology, theology & culture, and theological leadership. His contributions have extended beyond the classroom, with the publication of six monographs and the editing of numerous books. He has established himself as a leading theologian, particularly in the field of Pentecostal Theology. During his tenure at MDC, Steve has successfully mentored several PhD students and students pursuing other degrees, many of whom have gone on to hold positions at theological institutions. He has also been co-director of the Centre for Post-Christendom Studies.
Steve has made the difficult decision to relocate to Oregon in order to continue his teaching and research endeavours. While the MDC community is saddened to bid him farewell, we express our deep gratitude for his 17 years of service at MDC. We wish him the very best as he embarks on this new chapter, taking on a new role at Multnomah University.
Steve speaking at “The Reformation In a Post-Christian World” conference in October 2017.
Dr. Studebaker handing out diplomas at the 2022 Convocation Ceremony.
Faculty members Dr. Francis Pang, Dr. Steve Studebaker, Dr. Christopher Land, and Dr. Gord Heath at the 2023 Convocation Ceremony