Eve (Paraskevè) Tibbs is an Affiliate Professor of Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary, where she teaches Historical Theology, Systematic Theology, and Eastern Orthodox Theology. Her research and teaching interests include: the Holy Trinity and Personhood, Ecclesiology, Early Church History and Doctrinal Development. Dr. Tibbs served as Chair of the Eastern Orthodox Studies Group of the American Academy of Religion for six years, and has served as a member of the Executive Steering Committee of the Huffington Ecumenical Institute at Loyola Marymount University since 2015. Dr. Tibbs has recently completed a textbook entitled A Basic Guide to Eastern Orthodox Theology: Introducing Beliefs and Practices, which is being published by Baker Academic in July 2021 with a Foreword by the Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew.
Recent publications include: A Basic Guide to Eastern Orthodox Theology: Introducing Beliefs and Practices (Baker Academic, forthcoming July 2021). Eastern Orthodoxy’s Trinitarian Pneumatology” T&T Clark Encyclopedia of Christian Theology, Paul Molnar and Iain Torrance, Eds. (Bloomsbury T & T Clark), forthcoming 2021. “Colin Gunton and John Zizioulas” invited chapter in T & T Clark Companion to Colin Gunton. Andrew Picard, Myk Habets and Murray Rae, Eds. (Bloomsbury T & T Clark), 2020. “Diverse Practices in the Reception of Converts: A Missed Opportunity, and a Possible Way Forward” invited chapter in Women’s Voices on the Holy and Great Council, Faith Matters Series, Vol. 4, Department of Inter-Orthodox Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations, 2019. “The Eucharist is Life” in Re-Introducing Christianity: An Eastern Christian Apologia for a Western Audience, Amir Azarvan, Ed. (Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock), 2016. . “Common Vision, Common Understanding.” Journal of Ecumenical Studies Volume 50.2, 2015.