These are books, booklets, book chapters, journal articles and book reviews that I’ve written (or am in the process of writing).



Patrick Mitchel, The Message of Love. The Bible Speaks Today. Inter-Varsity Press, 2019.



Patrick Mitchel, (ed.) Together we Believe: A Common Faith a Common Purpose, (Dublin: Evangelical Alliance Ireland, 2005).

Book Chapters and Articles

‘The Religion and Politics of Paisleyism’ in Gladys Ganiel and Stephen Holmes (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Religion in Modern Ireland (8,000 word article, forthcoming).

Patrick Mitchel, 10,000 word article on ‘Eschatology’ in Scot McKnight, Lynn Cohick and Nijay Gupta (eds.) The Dictionary of Paul and His Letters 2nd Edition. (IVP Academic, forthcoming 2023).

Patrick Mitchel, 5,000 word article on ‘Love’ in Scot McKnight, Lynn Cohick and Nijay Gupta (eds.) The Dictionary of Paul and His Letters 2nd Edition (IVP Academic, forthcoming 2023).

Patrick Mitchel, contributor to ‘Ireland’ in World Christian Encylopedia (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2020) 408-412.
Patrick Mitchel, ‘New Testament Eschatologies’ in Scot McKnight and Nijay Gupta (eds.), The State of New Testament Studies. 2nd Ed. (Baker Academic, 05 November 2019).
Patrick Mitchel, ‘God’s Preference for the Poor: the Bible and Social Justice in Ireland’ in Bradford A. Anderson and Jonathan Kearney (eds.). Ireland and the Reception of the Bible in Ireland (Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 2018) 193-209.
Patrick Mitchel, ‘Solus Spiritus: Paul and the Christian Life’, in Scot McKnight and Joe Modica (eds.), The New Perspective and the Christian Life (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2016).
Patrick Mitchel, ‘The Influence of Vatican II on the Protestant Churches in Ireland’ in Niall Coll (ed.) Vatican II and Ireland 50 Years On (Dublin: Columba Press, 2015) 169-183.
Patrick Mitchel, ‘Ireland’ in Encyclopaedia of Christian Education, (Rowman & Littlefield, 2015).
Patrick Mitchel, Contributions within Nick Park (ed)., Who Owns Marriage?: A Conversation about Religion, Government, Marriage and Civil Society (Dublin: Evangelical Alliance Ireland, 2015).
Patrick Mitchel,  ‘Sex, Truth and Tolerance: some theological reflections on the Irish Civil Partnership Bill 2010 and challenges facing Christians in a post-Christendom Culture’, 2012, in Evangelical Quarterly, 84.2, 155-173.

Patrick Mitchel, ‘Evangelicals and Irish Identity in Independent Ireland: a case study’ in M. Busteed, F. Neal and J. Tonge, Irish Protestant Identities (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2008) 155-170.

Patrick Mitchel, “Unionism and the eschatological “fate of Ulster” 1921-2003” in C. Gribben and A. Holmes (eds.) Protestant millennialism and Irish society, 1790-1920, (Palgrave, 2005) 202-227
Patrick Mitchel, ‘Evangelical Diversity’ in R. Dunlop (ed.) Evangelicals in Ireland, (Dublin: Columba Press. 2005) 140-169.
Lion and Lamb

Patrick Mitchel, Evangelism and Reconciliation: Are they irreconcilable? Lion and Lamb, 38, 2005

Patrick Mitchel, ‘(Evangelical) Christians and Politics in the Republic of Ireland: A personal view’, Lion and Lamb, 34, 2003

Patrick Mitchel, ‘Embodying Forgiveness: Response to Gregory Jones’, Lion and Lamb, 31, 2001.

Patrick Mitchel, ‘Evangelicalism at its best’, Lion and Lamb, 27, 2001, 4-7

Patrick Mitchel, “Christian Citizenship in the Republic of Ireland”, Lion and Lamb, 22, 1999, 8-11

Patrick Mitchel, ‘Ireland as it never used to be’, Frontiers, 3/1, 1998, 13-18

Book Reviews

Kevin Kinghorn with Stephen Travis, But What About God’s Wrath?: The Compelling Love Story of Divine Anger (Downer’s Grove: IVP Academic, 2019) in Evangelical Review of Theology (2022) 46:2, 185–188.

Brother John of Taizé, The Wrath of a Loving God: Unravelling a Biblical Conundrum (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2019) in Evangelical Review of Theology (2022) 46:2, 185–188.

Gladys Ganiel and Jamie Yohanis, Considering Grace: Presbyterians and the Troubles (Dublin: Merrion Press, 2019) in Irish Historical Studies doi:10.1017/ihs.2021.22. pp 156-57.

Sylvia C. Keesmaat and Brian J. Walsh, Romans Disarmed: Resisting Empire, Demanding Justice. Grand Rapids: Brazos Press, 2019 in Studies in Christian Ethics 34:2 (May 2021) 267-70.

Marvin Oxenham. Character and Virtue in Theological Education: An Academic Epistolary Novel. (Carlisle: Langham / ICETE, 2019) in Evangelical Review of Theology 44.2 (April 2020) 189-90.

Gregg R. Allison, Roman Catholic Theology and Practice: An Evangelical Assessment. Wheaton Il. USA: Crossway, 2014, in Evangelical Review of Theology 42.2 (April 2018) 188-89.

Ola Sigurdson, Heavenly Bodies: Incarnation, the Gaze, and Embodiment in Christian Theology. Grand Rapids, USA: Eerdmanns, 2016 in Evangelical Review of Theology 42.1 (January 2018) 87-88.

Catherine Ella Laufer, Hell’s Destruction: An Exploration of Christ’s Descent to the Dead. Ashgate, 2013 in Evangelical Quarterly. 87.3 (2015) 279-82.

Johnston McMaster, Overcoming Violence. Columba Press, 2012 in Evangelical Quarterly. 87:1 (2015), 90-93.

Daniel Optiz and Derek Melleby, Learning for the Love of God: a student’s guide to academic faithfulness. Brazos Press, 2014 in Journal for Education and Christian Belief, 18:2 (2014): 217–9.

Paul Stevens, Work Matters: Lessons from Scripture. Grand Rapids: Eerdmanns: 2012 in Evangelical Review of Theology 38.4 (2014) 378-9.

Phil Zuckerman, Faith No More: Why People Reject Religion. Oxford University Press, 2011 in Evangelical Quarterly 86.3 (2014) 260-62.

Gladys Ganiel and Claire Mitchell, Evangelical Journeys: choice and change in a Northern Irish Religious Subculture. UCD Press, 2011 in Evangelical Quarterly 85.3 (2013) 287-288

Michael Ruse, Science and Spirituality: Making Room for Faith in the Age of Science. Cambridge University Press, 2010 in Evangelical Quarterly 84.5 (2012) 369-71.

Craig Detweiler (ed). Halos and Avatars: Playing Video Games with God. Westminster John Knox Press, 2010 in Evangelical Quarterly, 83.4, (2011) 359-361

Gladys Ganiel, Evangelicalism and Conflict in Northern Ireland. Palgrave, 2008 in Evangelical Quarterly. 83.3, (2010) 274-76

Daniel Castelo, The Apathetic God: Exploring the Contemporary Relevance of Divine Impassibility. Paternoster Theological Monographs, 2009 in Evangelical Quarterly, 82.4 (2010), 365-368

Brian S. Rosner, The Consolations of Theology. Eerdmans, 2008 in Evangelical Review of Theology, 34:2, (2010) 179-181

Andrew O’Neill, Tillich: A Guide for the Perplexed. T&T Clark, 2008 in Evangelical Quarterly, 82.1, (2010) 74-5

Tim Chester, Mission and the Coming of God: Eschatology, the Trinity and Mission in the Theology of Jürgen Moltmann and Contemporary Evangelicalism. Paternoster Theological Monographs, 2006 in Transformation: an international journal of holistic mission studies, 24(7) (2010) 6-8

Scot McKnight, Embracing Grace. SPCK, 2007 in Vox, Issue 5, Autumn 2009

Edward Dutton, Meeting Jesus at University: Rites of Passage and Student Evangelicals. Ashgate, 2008  in Evangelical Quarterly 81.4, (2009) 361-363

Stephen Holmes and Russell Rook (Eds.), What are we waiting for?: Christian Hope and Contemporary Culture. Paternoster, 2008 in Evangelical Review of Theology 33.4, (2009) 372-374

Andrew Perriman, Re:Mission: Biblical Mission for a Post-Biblical Church. Authentic Media, 2007 in Evangelical Review of Theology, 33.3, (2009) 279-281

Simon Gathercole, The Preexistent Son: Recovering the Christologies of Matthew, Mark and Luke. Eerdmans, 2006 in Evangelical Review of Theology, (2008) 32.4, 371-373

Gibb, Richard, Grace and global justice: the socio-political mission of the church in an age of globalization. Paternoster Theological Monographs, 2006 in Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 26 no 1 (Spr 2008), 111-112

Christopher R. Seitz (ed.) Nicene Christianity: The Future for a New Ecumenism. Paternoster, 2001 in Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology, 23 no 1 Spr 2005, 93-94