Mark Baker, Ph.D.

Professor of Mission and Theology
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mark baker
  • Email: mark.baker@fresno.edu
  • Phone: 559-453-2313
  • Office: SEM 206

Education

  • Ph.D., Theology and Ethics, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1996
  • M.A., Biblical Studies, New College for Advanced Christian Studies, Berkeley, California, 1990
  • B.A., Christian Education and Social Science, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, 1979

Publications & Presentations

  • “Reflections on Jacques Ellul on the Centenary of his Birth: Ellul Challenges and Illuminates,” The Ellul Forum 50 (Fall 2012) 3.
  • “Going to Jail,” Christian Leader 73 (Dec. 2010/Jan. 2011) 4.
  • “More Jesus: Declaring the Significance of the Cross,” Christian Leader 72 (April/May 2009) 6.
  • “Bounded or Centered?: The Book of Galatians,” In Touch (Fall/Winter 2009) 6-7.
  • “A Honduran Mayor’s Experience of Ellul’s Political Illusion,” The Ellul Forum (40, Fall 2007) 15-17.
  • Guest Editor: The Ellul Forum 46 (Fall 2010), theme: “Technique, Ellul and the Food Industry.”
  • “Two Foundational Stories of the Cross: How They Affect Evangelism,” Mission Focus Annual Review 15 (2007) 26-38.
  • “How the Cross Saves,” Direction: A Mennonite Brethren Forum 36 (1, 2007) 43-57.
  • "Saving Significance of the Cross in a Honduran Barrio,” Mission Focus Annual Review 14 (2006) 59-81.
  • “Reading Romans in Hurricane-Ravaged Honduras: A Model of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Conversation,” co-author, J. Ross Wagner, Missiology 32 (July 2004) 367-383.
I am grateful that I have been mentored and discipled by professors and people I have worked with in ministry, and I'm grateful that I now have the opportunity to mentor students here at the Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary.

Additional Information

http://profmarkbaker.com/