Steve’s Books, Chapters and Articles

Books

Many Monks Across the Sea: Church of the East Monastic Missions in 9th century Asia.   Published by Regnum Press, Oxford in October, 2017. Available from Regnum as well as Amazon USA, Amazon UK, and Wipf and Stock.

Chapters

2008: His Kingdom Come: An Integrated Approach to Discipling the Nations and Fulfilling the Great Commission, Edited by Jim Stier, Lisa Orvis and Richlyn Poor, “The Importance of People Movements in Discipling Nations”, pg. 235-242  Seattle: YWAM Publishing

2011: Edinburgh 2010 Volume on Christian-Muslim relations, “Monasteries as Signposts in the History of Christian-Muslim relations.”  Oxford: Regnum

2015: Edinburgh 2010 Volume on “Equipping for Mission in the 21st Century: Unity in Diversity in YWAM/University of the Nations”  pg. 203-214  Oxford: Regnum      This book is still quite pricey on Amazon, but you can get a free download of the book which includes my chapter.  Go to this link and click for free download:   Free download available

Articles

2010: Transformation, Journal of the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies,  “Asian Centres of Learning Before 1000 C.E.’ Oxford: Regnum

2011: Transformation, Journal of the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, ” Monasteries as Signposts in the History of Christian-Muslim relations”   Oxford: Regnum

2012: Musafir, Journal of the Asian Institute of Intercultural Studies, “The Scholion of Theodore bar Koni of the 8th century”  Pune: AIIS

2012: The Harp Vol. 26, “Angamali: A Re-examination of its Importance in light of Comparative History in the Early 9th Century”, pg. 267-279    Kottyam: SEERI

2014: International Bulletin of Missionary Research, Vol. 38:2, “East Syrian Monasteries in the Ninth Century in Asia: A Force for Mission and Renewal”, pg. 80-83  New Haven: OMSC

2014: Executive summary of PHD thesis (Unpublished)

2014: Glocal Conversations  No.2, on-line journal of the University of the Nations, “So Great A Salvation: A Response to Paul Miller”

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