Books or Book Sections
Oh, Kirsten S., and Donald Thorsen, “John Wesley's Holiness Themes,” in The Holy River of God, ed. Barry L. Callen, 21–28: Aldersgate Press, 2016.
Oh, Kirsten, “Church Segregation and Integration,” in Cultural Psychology and Christian Diversity: Developing Cultural Competence for a Diverse Christian Community, ed. Kathryn Ecklund. Abilene: Abilene Christian University Press, 2016.
Oh, Kirsten S., “Ecology and Christianity,” in Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion, ed. David A. Leeming, 1, 561-566. New York: Springer, 2014.
Oh, Kirsten S., “Irit Redeemed: Casting My Lot With Lot's Wife,” in Mirrored Reflections: Reframing Biblical Characters, ed. Young Lee-Hertig and Chloe Sun. Eugene: Wipf and Stock, 2010,
Oh, Kirsten S., Benjamin Hartley, Glen Messer, “‘Get on the Cart!:’ Wesleyan Discipleship in an Age of Incarceration that Defies Christian Virtues,” in Thinking Theologically about Mass Incarceration: Biblical Foundations and Justice Imperatives, ed. Antonios Kireopoulos, Mitzi J. Budde, and Matthew D. Lundberg. National Council of Churches Faith and Order Commission Theological Series. Mahwah: Paulist Press, forthcoming 2017.
Oh, Kirsten S., “Womb-Like Mercy: A Theology of Risk through Adoption Experience,” in A Graceful Embrace: Theological Reflections on Adopting Children, ed. John Swinton and Brian Brock, forthcoming in 2017.
Oh, Kirsten S., “Jesus Strengthens the Faith of Thomas: John 20:24-29,” in Stations of the Resurrection: A Book to Journey with Jesus and His Church at the Border. California Pacific Annual Conference, 2014.
Lee, Cameron, Candace Shields, and Kirsten S. Oh, “Theological Education in a Multicultural Environment: Empowerment or Disempowerment?,” Theological Education 43, no. Fall (2008). This project was funded by Wabash to study the pedagogy and campus climate issues related to educating a culturally diverse body of students through both quantitative and qualitative methods.
Oh, Kirsten S., “Bi-Cultural Spirituality,” in Harmonic—A Newsletter of the Allen J. Moore Multicultural Resource and Research Center at Claremont School of Theology, Fall 2008.