© Mark E. Moore, PhD
MARK E MOORE

Bio:

Life Goal: Make Jesus Famous

Mark   joined   the   staff   at   Christ’s Church    of    the    Valley    (CCV)    in Peoria,   Arizona   in   July   2012   as   a teaching   pastor.      CCV   currently has   eight   locations   and   28,000   in weekly     attendance.          Prior     to joining   the   CCV   team,   Mark   was a    Professor    at    Ozark    Christian College   in   Joplin,   Missouri,   (1990- 2012).   Currently   he   is   an   online professor   for   Ozark,   an   Adjunct Professor   at   Hope   International University            in            Fullerton, California    and    Haus    Edelweiss, Vienna,     Austria.          He     is     the author    and    co-author    of    many books     mostly     on     the     Life     of Christ,       book       of       Acts,       and Revelation. .

Books by Mark E Moore:

The Chronological Life of Christ, 1997 (803 pages) This is a commentary on all four gospels chronologically. It blends synoptic texts together so you can see how each author differs in his presentation. It offers a practical explanation of every verse in all four gospels. Excellent resource for researching and teaching the Life of Christ. Available in English, Spanish, Russian, Polish, Arabic, Amharic, Hindi
How to Dodge a Dragon, 1998 (86 pages) Originally this was a sermon series that was put into written form. Rather than treating Revelation as a calendar, it is treated as a template. Laid over any season of suffering, this book offers health and healing. Available in English, Spanish, Creole
My Witnesses, 2000 (154 pages) This “uncommentary” on Acts is a bit of historical fiction. Pretending to have found the equivalent to Luke’s file folder of original sources, this book walks through the biblical book of Acts looking for contemporary significance. Someone other than Luke tells each of the fifty-two stories of the book.
Encounters with Christ, 2001 (208 pages) This work looks at every person Jesus ever met and tries to draw from these encounters some principles about how to have a relationship with Jesus. Questions and readings for group discussion are provided for each of the eighty encounters. Available in English and Spanish
Life of Christ Bible Study Series, 2002 (85 pages each) Vol 1: The Person of Jesus Vol 2: The Power of Jesus Vol 3: The Preaching of Jesus Vol 4: The Passion of Jesus This series, co-authored by Jon Weece, is designed for college and adult bible studies. It features discussion questions, explanation of the text, and “homework” assignments to put into practice what was learned. Each book has thirteen lessons for a full year in the life of Christ. Available in English and Russian
The Art of Partnering, 2001 (110 pages) This book, co-authored with Bob Hamm, PhD, professor at Oklahoma State University, is an easy read with powerful implications. It is a guide to developing and maintaining profitable partnerships in business, churches, marriages, and education. The stories in this book both inspire and inform.
Seeing God in HD, 2008 (187 pages) This is an eight-part guide to interpreting the Bible, originally written for High School students but has been used profitably by all ages. There is a powerpoint lesson under our “lectures” page for each chapter as well as 30 college classroom audio lectures.
Fanning the Flame, 2003 (396 pages) This is a collection of scholarly essays on Acts by a team of scholars from across the United States. Moore is the editor, with three chapters contributed to the work. This is a valuable resource for those serious about delving deeper into some of the more difficult and itneresting theological issues in the book fo Acts.
A Humble Defense: Evidence for the Christian Faith, 2004 (244 pages) Mark E Moore, PhD and Mark Scott, DMin teamed up to collect fifteen essays on apologetics as a tribute to the life work of Lynn Gardner, EdD. For those interested in preparing themselves to answer the vital questions about the Christian Faith as well as challenges posed against it, this book is a valuable tool.
The College Press NIV Commentary: Acts, 2011 (443 pages) This is a technical commentary on the book of Acts written in an accessible way. The text itself deals thoroughly with the original language, the historical background, the literary structure, and the theological import. The footnotes (in seven languages) access a world of scholarship and research inviting students and teachers alike on an in-depth journey into the world of the early church.
Devour: Consuming the Word of God, 2012 (59 pages) Teaching teens from the Bible is important, but it isn't enough; we need to train them how to devour God's Word on their own. We must teach students how to feed themselves on the life-giving nourishment of Scripture. As teenagers read Devour, they'll learn how to seek the intended meaning of biblical passages, how to conduct their own word studies, how to research the history and background of the Bible, and how to apply the truths they uncover along the way.
Kenotic Politics: Reconfiguration of Power in Jesus’ Political Praxis, 2013 (208 pages) Jesus was not merely a religious figure intent on rescuing souls from hell. While that was clearly part of his agenda, he was also a politically engaged leader with plans to establish on earth a sociologically identifiable group which would embody the “Kingdom of God.” He differed, however, from every other political figure of his day in his approach to power. Rather than using his power for self-protection or promotion, he reserved power for the benefit of the powerless.
© Mark E Moore, PhD
Mark E Moore

Bio:

Life Goal: Make Jesus Famous

Mark   joined   the   staff   at   Christ’s   Church   of   the   Valley   (CCV)   in Peoria,   Arizona   in   July   2012   as   a   teaching   pastor.      CCV   currently has   eight   locations   and   28,000   in   weekly   attendance.      Prior   to joining   the   CCV   team,   Mark   was   a   Professor   at   Ozark   Christian College    in    Joplin,    Missouri,    (1990-2012).    Currently    he    is    an online    professor    for    Ozark,    an    Adjunct    Professor    at    Hope International    University    in    Fullerton,    California    and    Haus Edelweiss,   Vienna,   Austria.      He   is   the   author   and   co-author   of many   books   mostly   on   the   Life   of   Christ,   book   of   Acts,   and Revelation. .

Books by Mark E Moore:

The Chronological Life of Christ, 1997 (803 pages) This is a commentary on all four gospels chronologically. It blends synoptic texts together so you can see how each author differs in his presentation. It offers a practical explanation of every verse in all four gospels. Excellent resource for researching and teaching the Life of Christ. Available in English, Spanish, Russian, Polish, Arabic, Amharic, Hindi
How to Dodge a Dragon, 1998 (86 pages) Originally this was a sermon series that was put into written form. Rather than treating Revelation as a calendar, it is treated as a template. Laid over any season of suffering, this book offers health and healing. Available in English, Spanish, Creole
My Witnesses, 2000 (154 pages) This “uncommentary” on Acts is a bit of historical fiction. Pretending to have found the equivalent to Luke’s file folder of original sources, this book walks through the biblical book of Acts looking for contemporary significance. Someone other than Luke tells each of the fifty-two stories of the book.
Encounters with Christ, 2001 (208 pages) This work looks at every person Jesus ever met and tries to draw from these encounters some principles about how to have a relationship with Jesus. Questions and readings for group discussion are provided for each of the eighty encounters. Available in English and Spanish
Life of Christ Bible Study Series, 2002 (85 pages each) Vol 1: The Person of Jesus Vol 2: The Power of Jesus Vol 3: The Preaching of Jesus Vol 4: The Passion of Jesus This series, co-authored by Jon Weece, is designed for college and adult bible studies. It features discussion questions, explanation of the text, and “homework” assignments to put into practice what was learned. Each book has thirteen lessons for a full year in the life of Christ. Available in English and Russian
The Art of Partnering, 2001 (110 pages) This book, co-authored with Bob Hamm, PhD, professor at Oklahoma State University, is an easy read with powerful implications. It is a guide to developing and maintaining profitable partnerships in business, churches, marriages, and education. The stories in this book both inspire and inform.
Seeing God in HD, 2008 (187 pages) This is an eight-part guide to interpreting the Bible, originally written for High School students but has been used profitably by all ages. There is a powerpoint lesson under our “lectures” page for each chapter as well as 30 college classroom audio lectures.
Fanning the Flame, 2003 (396 pages) This is a collection of scholarly essays on Acts by a team of scholars from across the United States. Moore is the editor, with three chapters contributed to the work. This is a valuable resource for those serious about delving deeper into some of the more difficult and itneresting theological issues in the book fo Acts.
A Humble Defense: Evidence for the Christian Faith, 2004 (244 pages) Mark E Moore, PhD and Mark Scott, DMin teamed up to collect fifteen essays on apologetics as a tribute to the life work of Lynn Gardner, EdD. For those interested in preparing themselves to answer the vital questions about the Christian Faith as well as challenges posed against it, this book is a valuable tool.
The College Press NIV Commentary: Acts, 2011 (443 pages) This is a technical commentary on the book of Acts written in an accessible way. The text itself deals thoroughly with the original language, the historical background, the literary structure, and the theological import. The footnotes (in seven languages) access a world of scholarship and research inviting students and teachers alike on an in-depth journey into the world of the early church.
Devour: Consuming the Word of God, 2012 (59 pages) Teaching teens from the Bible is important, but it isn't enough; we need to train them how to devour God's Word on their own. We must teach students how to feed themselves on the life- giving nourishment of Scripture. As teenagers read Devour, they'll learn how to seek the intended meaning of biblical passages, how to conduct their own word studies, how to research the history and background of the Bible, and how to apply the truths they uncover along the way.
Kenotic Politics: Reconfiguration of Power in Jesus’ Political Praxis, 2013 (208 pages) Jesus was not merely a religious figure intent on rescuing souls from hell. While that was clearly part of his agenda, he was also a politically engaged leader with plans to establish on earth a sociologically identifiable group which would embody the “Kingdom of God.” He differed, however, from every other political figure of his day in his approach to power. Rather than using his power for self-protection or promotion, he reserved power for the benefit of the powerless.