Mark A. Snoeberger, Ph.D., M.L.I.S.
Associate Professor of Systematic Theology
Director of Library Services
Dr. Snoeberger’s blog: Systematic Theology Matters
Dr. Snoeberger has served as Director of Library Services at DBTS since 1997, became a part-time instructor in 1999, and assumed a full teaching load in 2008. Prior to coming on staff at DBTS, he served for three years as an assistant pastor. He received his M.Div. and Th.M. degrees from DBTS in 1999 and 2001, respectively, and earned a Ph.D. in systematic theology in 2008 from Baptist Bible Seminary in Clarks Summit, PA. In addition to teaching in the seminary, Mark serves as assistant editor of the DBS Journal, provides pulpit supply for area churches on a regular basis, and teaches in the Bible Institute at Inter-City Baptist Church, where he is a member. He is also an active member of the Evangelical Theological Society. Mark and his wife, Heather, have two sons, Jonathan and David.
“Distinctive Contributions of Alva J. McClain and Grace Theological Seminary to a History of Dispensationalism.” In The History of Dispensationalism. Edited by Michael Stallard (Grand Rapids: Kregel, forthcoming).
“Old Testament Lot-Casting: Divination or Providence?” Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 16 (2011): 3–18.
Review of Natural Law and the Two Kingdoms: A Study of the Development of Reformed Social Thought, by David VanDrunen. Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 15 (2010): 123–24.
"Tongues: Are They for Today?" Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 14 (2009): 3–21.
“D. A. Carson’s Christ and Culture Revisited: A Reflection and a Response” Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 13 (2008): 345–78.
“Definitive Sanctification: Threading a Path Between Legal Fiction and Works Righteousness.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Baptist Bible Seminary, 2008.
“Distinctive Contributions of Alva J. McClain and Grace Theological Seminary to a History of Dispensationalism.” In The History of Dispensationalism. Edited by Michael Stallard (Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2005).
“Second-Blessing Models of Sanctification and Early Dallas Dispensationalism.” The Master’s Seminary Journal 15.1 (Spring 2004): 93–105.
“Noetic Sin, Neutrality, and Contextualization: How Culture Receives the Gospel.” Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 9 (2004): 345–78.
“The Theological Priority of Regeneration to Saving Faith in a Theological Ordo Salutis.” Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 7 (2002): 49–93.
“The Pre-Mosaic Tithe: Issues and Implications.” Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 5 (2000): 71–95.