Reflections on the Imprecatory Psalms from Ukraine

Read a theological reflection on the imprecatory psalms by Oleksandr Geychenko, President of Odessa Theological Seminary in Ukraine, in OTS’s latest journal issue If you’re interested in other Ukrainian theological perspectives on suffering and war, you can purchase the full journal and help..... read more

A Postfoundationalist Comparative Christology: Parity, Particularity, and Universality in Indian Interreligious Dialogues

Our November book is A Postfoundationalist Comparative Christology: Parity, Particularity, and Universality in Indian Interreligious Dialogues by David Muthukumar (LS) This work facilitates dialogue across religions while affirming the particularity and universality of the Christian..... read more

Why Are Social Enterprises Key to Fulfilling Jesus’s Mission?

Jesus gave the Great Commission in Matthew 28:18-20 to the Church as its mission, but that mission is different from His personal mission What was His personal mission We find it in Luke 4:18-19: “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me because He has anointed me to preach the Gospel, proclaim good..... read more

Read an African Perspective on Jesus’s Mission

“Ivory tower” I always rankled at the application of that term to theological scholarship, especially when my supposed “ivory tower” sat on the dodgy end of Medellín, encircled by razor wire Admittedly, some academics do operate at a distant remove from the grind of urban misery or..... read more

Re:Visiting Ukraine

Last month Evan Hunter, Vice President for ScholarLeaders International, met with Christian leaders in Ukraine to discuss "Theology and Theological Education after Bucha" These men and women have served thousands, providing food, medical supplies, and Bibles to those in need “We have much to..... read more

Endangered Moral Values: Nigeria’s Search for Love, Truth, Justice and Intimacy

Our August book is “Endangered Moral Values: Nigeria’s Search for Love, Truth, Justice and Intimacy” by Sunday Bobai Agang (LS) This work examines how many challenges facing Nigeria in the twenty-first century are rooted in an eroding moral foundation Agang offers readers a passionate..... read more

New Scholars 2022

Dina Bishay Dina is working on a PhD in Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary with a research focus on how secular education in Egypt impacts the Egyptian Church Upon graduation, Dina plans to serve on faculty at the Evangelical Theological Seminary -..... read more

Ukrainian Relief Fund Update

Five months have passed since Russia invaded Ukraine The war has forced millions from their homes We are grateful for the generosity of many who have supported the Ukrainian Relief Fund – our effort in cooperation with Overseas Council/United World Mission In this initiative, Taras..... read more

The Hebrew Scriptures

Our July book is The Hebrew Scriptures, to which Jean Musavuli (LeaderStudies) contributed This volume presents the Old Testament in the traditional Jewish ordering of the Torah, the Prophets, and the Writings Introductions and commentaries, written by 34 biblical scholars from around the..... read more

InSights Journal Publishes June 2022 Issue

The new issue of our sister publication, the InSights Journal for Global Theological Education, is now available online with the special feature “Voices from Ukraine” Download individual articles or the entire volume in a PDF format Articles are also available as posts on the ISJ website,..... read more

Christ the Gift and the Giver: Paul’s Portrait of Jesus as the Supreme Royal Benefactor in Romans 5:1-11

Our June book is Christ the Gift and the Giver: Paul's Portrait of Jesus as the Supreme Royal Benefactor in Romans 5:1-11 by Enoch Okode (LeaderStudies) This book takes a close look at how Paul uses the Greco-Roman royal benefaction system to portray Jesus Christ as the supreme royal benefactor so..... read more