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Dr Mark Elliot

Retired Professor of History, Asbury


BA cum laude, 1969, Asbury College; MA (1971), PhD (1974) University of Kentucky
Retired Professor of History, Asbury
Also: Editor, East-West Church and Ministry Report
Regions: Eastern Europe, Russia
Publications: “Orthodox-Protestant Relations in the Post-Soviet Era.” Religion in Eastern Europe 23 (October 2003): 31-50; “Russian Restrictions on Missionary Visas.” East-West Church and Ministry Report 11 (Fall 2003), 1-4; “The Lord’s Prayer Across Cultures: Ever Comforting, Ever Convicting.” East-West Church and Ministry Report 12 (Winter 2004), 9-10; (Summer 2004), 16, 15; “Can Authoritarian Regimes Still Quarantine the News?” PacNet (Center for Strategic and International Studies Pacific Forum), 15 January 2004. Reprinted under the title, “Can China Embrace the Spirit of Glasnost?” South China Morning Post (Hong Kong), 21 January 2004; “Globalization in Theological Education: A Mixed Blessing.” Christian Education Journal (Series 3, Vol. 1, No. 3), Fall 2004; “Faith-Based Responses to Trafficking in Women from Eastern Europe.” Bogoslovskie razmyshleniya/Theological Reflections No. 5 (2005), 147-91; “Russian Children at Risk.” Religion in Eastern Europe 28 (August 2008): 1-16; “Catholicism and Islam: Failed Predictions of European Secularization.” East-West Church & Ministry Report 17 (Winter 2009); “Russian Children at Risk.” East-West Church and Ministry Report 16 (Fall 2008): 1-3; 17 (Winter 2009): 8-11; “The Current Crisis in Protestant Theological Education in the Former Soviet Union.” East-West Church and Ministry Report 18 (Winter 2010): 16, 14-15; 18 (Spring 2010): 5-7; 18 (Summer 2010): 13-15; “The Current Crisis in Protestant Theological Education in the Former Soviet Union.” Religion in Eastern Europe 30 (November 2010)