Mark M. 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 love for the classroom draws him to the Bible Exposition department where he serves as Professor. Along with his responsibilities of leading DTS, he serves as an elder of Centerpoint Church in Mesquite and travels extensively leading tours and speaking at conference centers. Mark has recently authored Jonah: Beyond the Tale of a Whale and Tidings of Comfort and Joy. He has been married for thirty years to Jennifer, his high school sweetheart. They have four adult children, one son-in-law, and reside in Sunnyvale, Texas.
Mark M. Yarbrough’s Books
Mark M. Yarbrough’s Publication Articles
- “Isaiah 61:1-2 and the Jubilee Theme in Luke 4:17-21.” 2001.
- “Naomi in the Book of Ruth in Light of the Mosaic Covenant.” Bibliotheca Sacra (161:644). 2004. 413-31.
- “The Meaning of Walking “In the Darkness” (1 John 1:6).” Bibliotheca Sacra (149:594). 1992. 214-22.
- “Misunderstanding the Misunderstandings in the Gospel of John.” 2002.
- “Psychological Implications for Substitutionary Atonement.” 2003.
- “Repentance in the Book of Acts in Light of Deuteronomy 30:1-6.” Michigan Theological Journal (1:1). 1990. 19-34.
- “Technically Speaking.” DTS Connection. 2006.
- “When God Doesn’t Heal.” Christianity Today. 2004.
- “The Woman Caught in Adultery : A Test of Jesus As the Greater Prophet.” Bibliotheca Sacra (146:582). 1989. 171-84.