Dr. Mark Snoeberger

Associate Professor of Systematic Theology

Dr. Snoeberger is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary and has served as Director of Library Services since 1997.

He received his M.Div. and Th.M. from DBTS and earned a Ph.D. in systematic theology from Baptist Bible Seminary in Clarks Summit, PA. Prior to joining the DBTS staff, he served for three years as an assistant pastor.

Dr. Snoeberger also serves as assistant editor of the DBS Journal, provides pulpit supply for area churches, and teaches in the Bible Institute at Inter-City Baptist Church. He is an active member of the Evangelical Theological Society.

Dr. Snoeberger and his wife Heather have two sons. When not immersed in a theological book, he enjoys reading books on 19th century history. An avid hunter and hiker, he has backpacked through the Grand Canyon and in the Canadian wilderness with his sons.

Email: msnoeberger@dbts.edu

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Selected Writings

The NIV Zondervan Study Bible: A Dispensational Reflection.” Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 21 (2016): 235–44. 

A Biblical Argument against Premarital Sex. Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 20 (2015): 45–63.

Distinctive Contributions of Alva J. McClain and Grace Theological Seminary to a History of Dispensationalism. Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 17 (2012): 35–62.

Old Testament Lot-Casting: Divination or Providence?” Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 16 (2011): 3–18.

Tongues: Are They for Today? Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 14 (2009): 3–21.

Education

  • PhD, Systematic Theology, Baptist Bible Seminary (Clarks Summit)
  • ThM, Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary
  • MDiv, Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary