Tsoukalas, Steven Books

Steven Tsoukalas teaches in the area of world religions at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. He earned his Ph.D. in Theology at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Bhagavadgita Volume III ( Chapters 7 - 9)
2010 0-7734-1369-3
This work explores the meaning of each verse of the Bhagavadgita; by providing the Sanskrit text, translation, and transliteration in interlinear format with grammatical analysis, a word list containing alternate meanings for each word, variant readings with select analyses, interpretation by the author, and interaction with several ancient and modern commentators and translators.

Bhagavadgita. Volume V ( Chapters 13-15)
2012 0-7734-4546-3
This is the first study to offer local Indian knowledge of Sanskrit, and mythology in addition to translations given by other scholars to form a reference guide as a definitive translation.

Bhagavadgita: Volume I ( Chapters 1-3)
2007 0-7734-5290-7
This work explores the meaning of each verse of the Bhagavadgita; by providing the Sanskrit text, translation, and transliteration in interlinear format with grammatical analysis, a word list containing alternate meanings for each word, variant readings with select analyses, interpretation by the author, and interaction with several ancient and modern commentators and translators. As a result, readers not only obtain the author’s translating and interpretation but have before them the tools necessary to form independent conclusions if they so choose.

Bhagavadgita: Volume II ( Chapters 4-6)
2008 0-7734-5291-5
This work explores the meaning of each verse of the Bhagavadgita; by providing the Sanskrit text, translation, and transliteration in interlinear format with grammatical analysis, a word list containing alternate meanings for each word, variant readings with select analyses, interpretation by the author, and interaction with several ancient and modern commentators and translators.

Bhagavadgita: Volume IV ( Chapters 10-12)
2012 0-7734-2635-3
This work enables scholars to analyze more deeply the meanings of these foundational verses of ancient Hindu wisdom. The text allows readers not only to utilize the author’s adept translation and interpretation, but affords them the tools necessary to form independent conclusions.

Bhagavadgita: Volume VI ( Chapters 16-18)
2015 1-4955-0339-9
This work explores the meaning of each verse of the Bhagavadgita; by providing the Sanskrit text, translation, and transliteration in interlinear format with grammatical analysis, a wordlist containing alternate meanings for each word, variant readings with select analyses, interpretation by the author, and interaction with several ancient and modern commentators and translators.

Among millions of Hindus the Bhagavad Gita is their most treasured of holy books and the primary source of their religious inspiration. This volume includes instruction on divine existence, demonic existence, the role of faith in actions, as well as concern with the performance of such actions.

Studies in the Ontology of the Bhagavad Gita: What is One’s View of God, the Universe, and the Soul?
2015 1-4955-0274-0
The Bhagavad Gita is India’s most treasured of holy books. The present volume concerns itself with ontology. In this book the Gita’s ontology is deeply probed and the difficult task of its careful exegesis is accomplished by the contributors to the volume who know the Sanskrit language very well. This book is an outstanding accomplishment in the study of this remarkable text.