Geneva College welcomes Professor Mark Robinson as chapel speaker on Wednesday, February 15 at 10:10 a.m. in Metheny Fieldhouse on the campus of Geneva College. Robinson teaches courses on reformed theology at the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He was born and raised in Pittsburgh and graduated from Penn Hills High School.
Robinson earned a B.S. in Music and M.A. in Religion both from Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina. After being of service to many churches in Pittsburgh, Professor Robinson attended The Westminster Theological Seminary in order to earn his Masters of Divinity. After serving in churches in New York, Robinson returned to Pittsburgh to begin teaching at the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary. In addition to teaching, Robinson is also the Director of Cross Cultural Initiatives at Covenant Community in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Robinson enjoys preaching, speaking and learning more about reformed theology and faith in general. He loves to visit new churches and meet new people on his journeys. He is also an avid reader of the theological genre and enjoys social media.
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