Edward L. Smither

 Edward L. Smither

Edward Smither (B.A., North Carolina State University; M.A., M.Div.,Liberty University; Ph.D., University of Wales-Trinity Saint David; Ph.D., University of Pretoria). Ed Smither joined the CIU faculty in 2012. Prior to that, he taught intercultural studies and church history at Liberty University for six years. Ed previously served for fourteen years in intercultural ministry working primarily among Muslims in France, North Africa, and the USA.

Ed earned a PhD in Historical Theology from the University of Wales (UK) and a PhD in Intercultural Studies from the University of Pretoria (South Africa). In addition to a number of scholarly and practical articles, Ed has written, edited, or translated seven books—Augustine as Mentor: A Model for Preparing Spiritual Leaders (2008), Early Christianity in North Africa (2009), Brazilian Evangelical Missions in the Arab World (2012), Mission in the Early Church (2014), Rethinking Constantine (2014), Controversies in Mission (2016), and Missionary Monks (2016).

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Timothy I of Baghdad's Dialogue with Caliph al-Mahdi: A Medieval Model for Witness...  
Calvinism in France, England and America  
Aemulator Et Imitator: Posidiuss Vita Augustini as a FifthCentury Discipleship T...  
Edward Smither - Ignatius' Trinitarian Foundation for Church Unity, Fellowship, and...  
Edward Smither - Explaining the Trinity in Medieval Christian Mission - Lessons from...  
Edward Smither - Ministering to the Whole Family of God - Augustine and Women in...  
Misso Integral Applied: Brazilian Evangelical Models of Holistic Mission in the ArabMuslim...  
Lessons from a Tentmaking Ascetic in the Egyptian Desert: The Case of Evagrius of...  
Edward L. Smither Augustine on the Protoevangelium Gen. 3.15  
Edward L. Smither Augustine on the Protoevangelium (Gen. 3:15)