Mark Moore, Ph.D.

Mark Moore, Ph.D.

Associate Professor – School of Theology & Leadership


  • Ph.D. in Theology 2017 Rawlings School of Divinity Lynchburg, VA
    Dissertation: “Early Creedal Formulations & Theological Discourse: Toward A Systematic Understanding of Theology Via The Creedal Process”
  • M.A. in Spiritual Formation 2005 Talbot School of Theology La Mirada, CA
    Thesis: “The Rhythm of Prayer: A Forty Day Liturgy”
  • M.A. in Christian Apologetics 2003 Biola University La Mirada, CA
  • B.A. in English and Writing 2000 Indiana Wesleyan University Marion, IN


I grew up in the beautiful state of Indiana and have fond memories of warm summer evenings, fields of lightning bugs, and endless sunsets. I began teaching at Jessup in the fall of 2010 and currently serve as Associate Professor for the School of Theology and Leadership. Over the last eight-plus years I have had the privilege of seeing two different four-year cycles of students. I love seeing how the students grow and mature from their freshman year to their senior one. Being a part of that process of growth is one of the main reasons I became a teacher. I am married to my wonderful wife, Kelli, and together we have two rambunctious boys: Dylan and Beau. My current areas of research interest are systematic theology, spiritual formation, and, shockingly enough, pop culture. For me, it is extremely important to understand the cultural context of your time while teaching and living the Christian life.


  • The Way Forward: Discovering the Classic Message of Holiness. Contributed a chapter introduction on Thomas à Kempis. Indianapolis: Wesleyan Publishing House, 2007.
  • The Rhythm of Prayer: A Forty Day Experience. Indianapolis: Wesleyan Publishing House, 2006.
  • Listening for God Through ACTS. Lectio Divina Bible Study Series. Indianapolis: Wesleyan Publishing House, 2005.
  • Early Creedal Formulations and Theological Discourse: Toward a Systematic Understanding Via the Creedal Process. Denver: GCRR Press, 2020.
  • Host of Jessup Think, a bi-weekly podcast covering issues of faith, theology, and spiritual life. ​