Eastern European Institute of Theology
Contemporary Protestant Theology
This series includes works of international and national theologians, primarily of the Protestant tradition. The focus is on the problems of theological knowledge, ecclesiastical research, and explaining the role of the church in addressing the most pressing challenges of modern society, as well as other pressing issues that the Christian faith faces in the postmodern world. Preference is given to studies that are creative, innovative, dialogic, and interdisciplinary.

The series is published through the collaboration of Spirit and Letter Publishing, the Eastern European Institute of Theology, and the Euro-Asian Accrediting Association.



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Sergei Sannikov. Signs of the Presence: The Lord's Supper (2019) – Ukrainian and Russian

Anatoliy Denysenko. Biblical, Theological, and Political Aspects of Liberation Theology (2019) – Ukrainian

Joshua Searle. Theology after Christianity (2020) – Ukrainian

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Eduard Sablon Leiva. The concept of Tradition in Russian Orthodox Neo-patristic Thought (2021) – Ukrainian

Lesslie Newbigin. The Gospel in a Pluralist Society (2021) - Ukrainian

Brian Haymes. Ruth Gouldbourne, and Anthony Cross. On Being the Church: Revisioning Baptist Identity (2021) – Ukrainian

Fedor Stryzhachuk. Contemporary Trinitarian Theology (2022) – Ukrainian

Jacob Arminius. Selected Works (2022) – Russian

Sergiy Sannikov. Signs of the Presence: Water Baptism (2022) – Ukrainian

Oleksandr Geychenko. Brotherhood in Christ: Re-Constructing a Ukrainian Baptist Understanding of the Ecclesiological Nature of Associations of Churches (2022) – Ukrainian