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Education

  • Ph.D., Systematic Theology, Calvin Theological Seminary (2012)
  • M.Div., Theology, Ashland Theological Seminary (2005)
  • B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engineering, The University of Akron (2000)

Research Interests

  • Prolegomena
  • Epistemology
  • Enlightenment era philosophers and theologians
  • Metaphysics
  • Theology proper
  • Divine sovereignty and human free choice
  • Soteriology

Jonathan Marko, Ph.D.

  • Member - Academic Council and Student Experience Council
  • Associate Vice President for Academics
  • Dean of Cornerstone Theological Seminary
  • Dean of the School of Ministry, Media & the Arts
  • Interim Dean of School of Health, Science & Technology

Education

  • Ph.D., Systematic Theology, Calvin Theological Seminary (2012)
  • M.Div., Theology, Ashland Theological Seminary (2005)
  • B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engineering, The University of Akron (2000)

Research Interests

  • Prolegomena
  • Epistemology
  • Enlightenment era philosophers and theologians
  • Metaphysics
  • Theology proper
  • Divine sovereignty and human free choice
  • Soteriology

Dr. Jonathan Stevens Marko has a passion for teaching, discipleship and research. Before attending seminary, Dean Marko was a mechanical engineer for two years. After seminary, he served as a pastor for over two years before moving to Grand Rapids to enter Calvin Theological Seminary’s doctoral program. During his second year at Calvin, Dean Marko came on board at Cornerstone University.

Dean Marko serves as the associate vice president for academics; dean of Cornerstone Theological Seminary; and dean of the School of Ministry, Media & the Arts. Previously, he taught courses in philosophy and theology in Cornerstone’s traditional undergraduate program and at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. Outside of work, he serves as elder of adult discipleship and community (since 2010) and assists with pulpit supply for West Michigan area churches.

“I love my time in the classroom. It offers ample opportunities to build up Christ’s body. It is an intersection of mentoring, friendships, challenges, the fruits of study and research and piety.”

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