Dr. Mark Snoeberger

Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics

Dr. Snoeberger has been Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics at Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary since 2008. Before this he was the Librarian at DBTS for twelve years.

Dr. Snoeberger 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. He also serves as assistant editor of the DBS Journal, provides occasional and interim 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 married sons and three grandchildren. In his free time, he enjoys antiquing with his wife and spending time outdoors hiking, hunting, and maintaining the “homestead” with his family.

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Selected Publications

“Traditional Dispensationalism.” In Covenantal and Dispensational Theologies: Four Views on the Continuity of Scripture. Edited by Brent Parker and Richard Lucas. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2022. With essays and responses by Michael Horton, Stephen Wellum, and Darrell Bock.

“Neither Forsaken nor Estranged from God: Clarifying What May Rightly Be Said about the Death of God in the Death of Christ.” Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry 16 (Spring 2019): 41–60.

Perspectives on the Extent of the Atonement: Three Views. Edited by Andrew David Naselli and Mark A. Snoeberger. Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 2015. With essays and responses by Grant R. Osborne, John S. Hammett, and Carl R. Trueman.

“A Tale of Two Kingdoms: The Struggle for the Spirituality of the Church and the Genius of the Dispensational System.” Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 19 (2014): 53–71

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

“Definitive Sanctification: Threading a Path Between Legal Fiction and Works Righteousness.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Baptist Bible Seminary, 2008.

“Second-Blessing Models of Sanctification and Early Dallas Dispensationalism.” The Master’s Seminary Journal 15.1 (Spring 2004): 93–105.

“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.


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