Nazareth Hall, N3135
3003 Snelling Ave. N
St Paul, MN 55113
Mark Muska has been teaching Old/New Testament and theology courses at University of Northwestern since 1989. He has co-led numerous study trips to Israel, Turkey and Greece. On these trips, Northwestern students have the amazing experience of seeing biblical sites in person while earning Bible credits to fulfill their curriculum requirements.
He served as Chair of the Biblical & Theological Studies department from 1998-2003, and President of the Faculty Senate in 2012-2014. Prof. Muska received Northwestern's Teacher of the Year award in 1995, 2010, and 2016.
Prof. Muska appears regularly on the “Ask the Professor” live call-in show on KTIS Faith Radio. He is active in various ministries, such as serving as a volunteer with Prison Fellowship, teaching theology in Lebanon, and preaching at local churches.
He is an alumnus of Northwestern (B.A., 1976), and earned his graduate degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M., 1984), and St. Mary’s University of Minnesota (Ed.D., 2000).
- "How Do I Maintain a Grip on the Biblical Worldview When I Can See that I Am Inconsistent?" In Christian Contours: How a Biblical Worldview Shapes the Mind and Heart. Edited by Douglas S. Huffman. Grand Rapids, MI.: Kregel Publications, 2012.