Mark E. Ross
Mark E. Ross is Professor of Systematic Theology at Erskine Theological Seminary in Columbia, South Carolina, and serves as a visiting professor for Reformed Theological Seminary and Ligonier Academy. Prior to his appointment at Erskine he was Associate Pastor for Teaching for 20 years at First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina, where he still attends.
Born and raised in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, he is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh (B.A.), the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and the University of Keele in England (Ph.D.).
He is the author of Let’s Study Matthew (Banner of Truth Trust, 2009), “Improving the Means of Grace: The Larger Catechism on Spiritual Growth” (The Westminster Confession Into the 21st Century, Vol. III, ed. Ligon Duncan, Christian Focus Publications, 2009), and “Baptism and Circumcision as Signs and Seals” (The Case for Covenantal Infant Baptism, Gregg Strawbridge, ed., P&R Publishing, 2003). He has been a contributor to Ligonier Ministry’s Tabletalk magazine.
He and his wife, Connie, have two married children and seven grandchildren.
“The Foundations of the Earth”; Exodus 20:12 (Pre-conference lecture, 11/1/2013)
“Surely I Will Be With You”; Exodus 3:1-22 (Lecture #1, 11/1/2013)
“I Am Yahweh”; Exodus 5:15 – 6:13 (Lecture #2, 11/2/2013)
“The Glory of His Name”; Exodus 33:12 – 34:10 (Lecture #3, 11/2/2013)
“The Sacred Bond of Fellowship with God”; Psalm 42 (AM Service, 11/3/2013)
“The Blessing of the LORD”; Numbers 6:22-27 (PM Service, 11/3/2013)