Summer School of Theology
The Summer School of Theology aims to create a platform for non-formal theological education that would consolidate an academic community in hopes that such a community would be capable of critically, productively, and creatively reflecting on the challenges of our present day and laying the foundations for a quality future, both at national and global levels.
The Russia-Ukraine War: Evangelical Voices
The project promotes series of events to voice out the pain of the Ukrainian people and cry to the world Christianity for help, advocacy, and support with all possible and impossible means.
Religion and Science
The project aims at sharing of knowledge, developing new strategies of attaining an encounter, mutual understanding, and fruitful dialogue between religion and science through an array of activities in Ukraine n different levels, and will be involving school teachers, scientists, academic theologians and philosophers from three major traditions of Christianity in Ukraine: Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant.
Theologia Evangelica in Via
The series consists of publications that contain a systematic and adapted presentation of the main theological disciplines, describe their conceptual foundations, historical development, and current state, as well as demonstrate relevance for church and social life in the Eastern European context. The series is designed for teachers and students of educational institutions, all who are interested in current theological problems.
Contemporary Protestant Theology
Contemporary Protestant Theology includes works of international and national theologians, primarily of the Protestant tradition. The series is published through the collaboration of Spirit and Letter Publishing, the Eastern European Institute of Theology, and the Euro-Asian Accrediting Association.
Theological Reflections: Eastern European Journal of Theology
Theological Reflections: Eastern European Journal of Theology is a peer-reviewed, open-access scholarly journal that aims to establish itself as an open platform for discussing diverse theological issues, primarily in the context of the Evangelical-Protestant tradition.