Dr. Steven Meyer Assistant Professor
School of Theology
Dr. Steven J. Meyer’s areas of research currently include the relationship between faith and reason. He has systematized the various writings of the late Cardinal Avery Dulles, S.J. on the topic of faith. With over 18 years of teaching experience he can speak to both general and specialized audiences on Catholic doctrine and practice.
Areas of Expertise
- Licentiate of Sacred Theology - Systematic Theology - Dominican House of Studies (2001)
- Master of Arts - Theology - Franciscan University of Steubenville (1995)
- Bachelor of Arts - History and Theology - Franciscan University of Steubenville (1994)
- Doctor of Sacred Theology - Dogmatic Theology - Pontificia Universita San Tommaso d'Aquino
- The Theology of Faith in the Writings of Cardinal Avery Dulles, S.J.
- A Theocentric Vision of Culture in John Paul II
- Educational Norms in the Formation of the Permanent Diaconate
- "Principles for Evangelization in the Thought of Avery Cardinal Dulles" (2017)
Sixth Annual Symposium for Advancing the New Evangelization
- "The Faith of a Theologian: the Reasonability of Faith in the thought of Cardinal Avery Dulles" (2016)
- "Symbol and Model in the Theological Epistemology of Cardinal Avery Dulles, S.J." (2016)
Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America