Dr. R. Mark Musser grew up on a small farm near Olympia, Washington. He graduated from the Evergreen State College in 1989 in Olympia, Washington with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts. In 1994, he graduate from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon with a Master of Divinity specializing in New Testament Greek. He and his wife, Caren, together with their children, Rachel, Alex and Paul, were a missionary family in the former Soviet Union for 7 years where they helped plant two churches. While on the mission field, Mark taught in numerous seminaries, bible colleges, bible institutes, and other churches. The Musser’s came back home from the mission field in 2004 where and planted a new church in the countryside near the west side of Olympia called Grace Redeemer Bible Church. As of the summer of 2018, Mark and Caren have returned to the mission field in the former Soviet Union. In 2022, Mark received his doctorate (D.Min. in Christian Theology and Apologetics) from Corban University in Salem, Oregon. He is also an author of two books, has written articles for national websites, and is a conference speaker.
Mark grew up on a small family farm located in the Black Hills nearby Olympia, Washington.
Mark can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OTHERS REFERENCING MARK’S BOOKS/ARTICLES
Why do I call them Eco-Nazis? Because they are Eco Nazis – James Delingpole UK Telegraph
Nazi Dreams Were Green Dreams – Alan Caruba Warning Signs
EPA’s ‘Science’ Evokes Death Camp Memories – Alan Caruba Family Security Matters
From Hollywood: to Hitler with Love (Stalin too) – Wes Vernon
Communists Hide Behind Radical Environmentalism and the Greens – Dr. Laurie Roth
The Greening of the Ground Zero Mosque – Timothy Birdnow American Thinker
Green is the New Brown – Timothy Birdnow American Thinker
The Green Nazi Axis – Thomas Lifson Editor American Thinker
The Green Nazis – Dr. James Wanliss
Al Gore’s Global Mind Ripe for Jihad – Cliff Kincaid Accuracy in Media
What NBC Didn’t Tell you about Prince Charles – Cliff Kincaid Accuracy in Media
The Green Sacrifice: A Local Pastor Looks at the Spiritual Component of the Green Movement – Rick Forcier of the Christian Coalition
MARK’S ARTICLES ARCHIVED