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Mark Yarbrough

Dr. Mark Yarbrough serves as the sixth President of Dallas Theological Seminary and is a professor of Bible Exposition. He has been in a variety of positions during his tenure at DTS: Research Assistant to the President, Executive Director of Information Technology, Associate Dean for External Education, Vice President for Communications, Academic Dean, and Vice President of Academic Affairs.

His undergraduate degree is from Dallas Christian College, where he was named Valedictorian and received the Delta Epsilon Chi Award. At DTS, where he received his ThM in 1996 and PhD in 2008, he was named Who's Who and was a SCEC scholarship recipient.

Mark has co-authored and recorded multiple songs/albums and has presented at conferences on biblical and pastoral themes. He speaks at places such as Camp of the Woods, Maranatha Conference Center, Mount Hermon, and the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove, Word of Life, and has been published in various magazines. Mark has written several books including How to Read the Bible Like a Seminary Professor and the recently released Jonah: Beyond the Tale of a Whale .

Mark also serves as an elder at Centerpoint Church. He enjoys spending time with his family and following the Cowboys, Mavericks, and Rangers. He has been married for twenty-nine years to his high school sweetheart, Jennifer, and they have four adult children and one son-in-law. They reside in Sunnyvale, Texas.

Publications

Educational Background

  • BA, Dallas Christian College, 1993
  • ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1996
  • PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary, 2008

Courses Taught

  • BE5101 - Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics
  • BE5103 - OT History II & Poetry
  • BE5106 - Acts & Pauline Epistles
  • BE5109 - Ruth, Psalms, Jonah, & Selected Epistles
  • BE5201 - The Story of Scripture: Genesis to Revelation
  • BE5510 - The Life of Christ on Earth