Mark Foreman

Mark Foreman

Professor of Philosophy & Religion

(434) 582-2479

mforeman@liberty.edu


Education

  • B.M.Ed., Westminster Choir College
  • M.A., Dallas Theological Seminary
  • M.A., University of Virginia
  • Ph.D., University of Virginia

Courses Taught Regularly

  • PHIL 201 Philosophy and Contemporary Ideas
  • PHIL 210 Logic
  • PHIL 240 Christian Evidences
  • PHIL 380 Introduction to Biomedical Ethics
  • PHIL 350 Ethics

Biography

Dr. Foreman came to Liberty University as a graduate student in 1989 and joined the faculty in 1990.  From 1990 – 1994, he designed and maintained the Phil 201 course for Liberty’s distance learning program.  He continues as the subject matter expert for the current online Phil 201 course.  In 1994 Dr. Foreman moved into the residential philosophy department where he has been ever since. 

Dr. Foreman currently has one book in print, Christianity and Bioethics: Confronting Clinical Issues (Wipf and Stock, 2011) and has two books forthcoming from InterVaristy Press on philosophy and epistemology, respectively.  He also has a number of chapters and articles in other publications dealing with issues in apologetics and bioethics.

Dr. Foreman has been married 33 years and has three adult children.  He enjoys being actively involved in directing and performing in plays and musicals for the local community theaters.  He also enjoys watching baseball and tennis and playing the vibraphone.