• 2016–present: Metropolitan Kallistos Chair of Orthodox Theology, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam
  • 1993–4, 1995–present: St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary: (2017–present) Fr Georges Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics, St Vladimir’s Seminary; Dean (2007–17); Professor (2004–); Associate Professor (2000–2004); Assistant Professor (1997–2000); Lecturer (1995–7); Visiting Professor (1993–4).
  • 2005–present: Distinguished Lecturer in Patristics, Fordham University.
  • 2004–5: Visiting Professor, Harvard Divinity School.
  • Ordained priest in the Orthodox Church in America, 2001; Archpriest, 2008.


  • 1997: M.Th., St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary.M.Th. Thesis: “Translation of Irenaeus’ Demonstration of the Apostolic Preaching with Introduction and Notes.”
  • 1995: D.Phil. in Theology, Oxford University. D.Phil. Thesis: “Godly Lives: Asceticism and Anthropology, with special reference to Sexuality, in the writings of St Irenaeus of Lyons and St Clement of Alexandria.” Examined by Rowan Williams and Andrew Louth.
  • 1991: M.Phil. in Eastern Christian Studies, Oxford University. M.Phil. Thesis: “Sexuality, Marriage and Asceticism in Second-Century Christian Writings.”
  • 1987: B.A. in Philosophy, Thames Polytechnic, London. B.A. Dissertation: “Of God, Man and Creation: A Comparative Study of the Anthropology of the Greek Fathers and Emmanuel Levinas.”

Honorary Degree

  • 2017, D. D. Honoris Causa, University of Divinity, Melbourne.

Editorial Positions

  • Editorial Board, Библия и христианская древность (Bible and Christian Antiquity, Moscow), 2019–
  • Editorial Board, Богословский вестник (Theological Herald; Moscow), 2019–.
  • Editorial Board, Phronema (Sydney, Australia), 2017–.
  • Advisory Board, Christianity in Late Antiquity, North American Patristics Society, University of California Press, 2013–.
  • Biblicum Jassyense (Romanian Journal for Biblical Philology and Hermeneutics), 2009–.
  • International Journal of Orthodox Theology (Bucarest), 2010–.
  • Editorial Board, Studii Theologice (the Theological Review of the Patriarchate of Romania), 2007–.
  • Editorial Board, Pro Ecclesia, 2005–.
  • Editorial Board, Christianity in Late Antiquity (formerly: Patristics Monograph Series), North American Patristics Society, 2005–.
  • Editor, St Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly, 2002–2007.
  • Book Reviews Editor, St Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly, 1996–2002.
  • Editor, Popular Patristics Series, SVS Press, 1999–.


  • 2013–2018: Board of Directors, Paradosis Center for Theology and Scripture, John Brown University (Arkansas, USA).
  • 2007–17: Board of Trustees, St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary.
  • 1993–2007: Orthodox Theological Society in America: President (2005–7); Vice-President (2003–2005); Secretary (1999–2003).
  • 2010—13: Board of Advisors, John Templeton Foundation.

Invited Lectures

I spend a great deal of time on the road speaking in a variety of contexts, both academic (conferences, symposia, lectures) and ecclesial (councils, assemblies, retreats). See the schedule of up-coming talks , listen to some talks, and feel free to invite me. Some highlights from recent years include:

  • February 2016, Beeson Divinity School/Theopolis Institute, The Annual Nevin Lecture: “Lifting the Veil,” “The Veil of Flesh,” “Behind the Veil.”
  • April 2015: University of Vienna, Guest Lecture, “The Interpretation of Death in Early Christianity and Contemporary Culture.”
  • June 2013, Cairo, “Theological Education in the Twenty-first Century,” Keynote address for the “Theological and Ecclesiastical Institutes Seminar” held by the Coptic Church.
  • April 2012, Third International Conference of the Whitehead Research Project, Claremont Graduate University, on “What are the most compelling Theological Issues Today? Issues and Trends in Contemporary Theology”; paper entitled: “Let us return to the Word Delivered in the Beginning (Polycarp).”
  • March 2012, The Annual Augustine Lecture, Augustine College, Ottawa: “The Shocking Truth of Orthodoxy.”
  • February 2011, The Annual Donohue Lecture, Pontificium Institutum Orientalium, Rome: “Communion and Conciliarity.”



In Preparation

  • New edition and translation of Irenaeus, complete works, Oxford Early Christian Texts (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
  • New edition and translation of Gregory of Nyssa, On the Making of Man, Oxford Early Christian Texts (Oxford: Oxford University Press).


  1. 2019: John the Theologian and His Paschal Gospel: A Prologue to Theology. (Oxford: OUP, March 2019). 388pp. Russian translation in preparation; Romanian and Serbian being considered.
  2. 2017: New edition and translation, together with extensive introduction, Origen: On First Principles, Oxford Early Christian Texts, 2 volumes (Oxford: Oxford University Press). 664pp.
  3. 2015: Ed. with C. Cunningham, The Role of Life in Death: A Multidisciplinary Examination of Issues pertaining to Life and Death (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock).
  4. 2014: The Cross Stands: Homilies for the Cycles of the Year (Crestwood, NY: SVS Press). Romanian translation in preparation.
  5. 2013: Becoming Human: Meditations on Christian Anthropology in Word and Image, (Crestwood, NY: SVS Press). 121pp. Romanian translation (2018); Arabic, Serbian, Russian translations in preparation.
  6. 2013: Irenaeus of Lyons: Identifying Christianity, Christian Theology in Context (Oxford: Oxford University Press). 231pp. Romanian translation (2017)
  7. 2011: St Athanasius, On the Incarnation, Greek text and translation, Popular Patristics Series, (Crestwood, NY: SVS Press).
  8. 2011: The Case Against Diodore and Theodore: Texts and Their Contexts, Oxford Early Christian Texts (Oxford: Oxford University Press). 526pp.
  9. 2006: The Mystery of Christ: Life In Death (Crestwood, NY: SVS Press). 186pp. Serbian translation (2014). Romanian translation (Bucharest: Sophia, 2008). Russian translation in preparation. Korean translation in preparation.
  10. 2004: The Nicene Faith, vol. 2 of The Formation of Christian Theology (Crestwood, NY: SVS Press). 2 vols., 507pp. Serbian translation (forthcoming 2015). Russian translation in preparation.
  11. 2003: Ed. with A. Louth and D. Conomos, Abba: The Tradition of Orthodoxy in the West: Festschrift for Bishop Kallistos Ware (Crestwood, NY: SVS Press). 376pp.
  12. 2001: The Way to Nicaea, vol. 1 of The Formation of Christian Theology (Crestwood, NY: SVS Press,). 261pp. Russian Translation (Tver: Hermeneutica, 2006). Romanian translation (Bucharest: Sophia, 2004). Serbian translation (2014).
  13. 2000: Asceticism and Anthropology in Irenaeus and Clement, Oxford Early Christian Studies (Oxford: Oxford University Press). 261pp. Romanian translation (2015).
  14. 1997: St Irenaeus of Lyons: On the Apostolic Preaching, Popular Patristics Series (Crestwood, NY: SVS Press). 121pp.

Essays and Articles


  1.  “St Irenaeus of Lyons and the School of John,” forthcoming in Phronema.
  2. “Synchronic and Diachronic Harmony: St Irenaeus on Divine Simplicity,” forthcoming in Modern Theology.
  3. “Unveiling the Pathos of Life: The Phenomenology of Michel Henry and the Theology of John the Evangelist,” in Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy, 26.2 (2018), 104–26.
  4. “One God Father Almighty,” Modern Theology 34:4 (2018), 320–30.
  5. “Nature, Wounded and Healed in Early Patristic Thought,” Toronto Journal of Theology 29.1 (2013), 85–100.
    • Italian translation: “La natura ferita e risanata nell”antico pensiero patristico,” in L”uomo custode del creato. Atti del XX Convegno Ecumenico Internazionale di Spiritualità Ortodossa, Monastero di Bose, 5–8 settembre 2012, (Bose: Edizioni Qiqajon, 2013).
  6.  “With Boldness and Without Condemnation,” St Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 51.4 (2007), 359–69.
  7. “Response to Ayres: The Legacies of Nicaea, East and West,” Harvard Theological Review, 100.2 (2007), 145–52, 173.
  8. The Trinitarian Being of the Church,” St Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 48:1 (2004), 67–88.
    • Russian translation in Tserkov i Vremya 3 (28) (2004), 164–185.
    • Reprinted in: Khaled Anatolios ed., The Holy Trinity in the Life of the Church, Holy Cross Studies in Patristic Theology and History (Baker Acadmic, 2014).
  9.  “Irenaeus on the Word of God,” Studia Patristica 36 (Leuven: Peeters, 2001), 163–7.
  10. “The Paschal Foundations of Christian Theology,” St Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 45:2 (2001), 115–36.
  11. “The Word of God in the Second Century,” Pro Ecclesia 9:1 (2000), 85–107.
  12. “Scripture, the Gospel, and Orthodoxy,” St Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 43 (1999), 223–48.
  13. “The Rational Animal: A Rereading of Gregory of Nyssa’s De hominis opificio,” Journal of Early Christian Studies 7:2 (1999), 219–247.
  14. “A Note on the Ontology of Gender,” St Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 42:3–4 (1998), 363–72.
    • Romanian translation in Studii Theologice, Seria A III–A, 2.4 (2006), 170–7.
  15. “Colossians 1:13–20: A Chiastic Reading,” St Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 40:4 (1996), 247–65.
  16. “Translating theology,” St Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 38:2 (1994), 235–40.
  17. “Irenaeus and the Ascetic Ideal,” St Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 37:4 (1993), 305–13.
  18. “Shifting Sands: Foucault, Brown and the Framework of Christian Asceticism,” Heythrop Journal 34:1 (1993), 1–22.
  19. “Reflections on the Question of Episcopal Celibacy,” St Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 36:1–2 (1992), 141–9.

Invited Essays in Books

  1. ‘The Cross’, in P. Blowers and P. Martens, eds, The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Biblical Interpretation.
  2. ‘The Son of Man in the Gospel of John’, forthcoming in Totus Christus (Pusey House).
  3. ‘Learning Spiritual Discernment’, forthcoming in Discernimento e Vita Cristiana, Atti XXVI Convegno ecumenico internazionale di spiritualità ortodossa Monastero di Bose, 5-8 settembre 2018 (Bose: Edizioni Qiqajon).
    • Russian translation in preparation.
  4. “The Apocalyptic Origen,” forthcoming in Festschrift for John McGuckin (CUA Press).
  5.  “Flesh Invested with the Paternal Light: St Irenaeus on the Transfiguration of the Body” (In Russian), forthcoming in proceedings of the Fifth Moscow International Patristics Conference, April 2018; forthcoming in English in Festschrift for Alexander Golitzin (Brill).
  6. ‘The Glory of God: A Living Human Being’, in Elie Ayroulet, ed., Saint Irénée et l’Humanité Illuminée (Paris: Cerf, 2018), 93–116.
  7. “The Holy and Great Council 2016,” in Synodality: A Forgotten and Misapprehended Vision: Reflections on the Holy and Great Council of 2016, in Maxim Vasiljevic and Andrej Jeftic eds., (Alhambra CA: Sebastian Press, 2017), 13–22.
  8. “John 18:28–19:16: Witnessing Truth,” in Chad Raith II, ed. The Gospel of John: Theological-Ecumenical Readings (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2017), 178–91.
  9. “Patristic Humanism: The Beginnings of Christian Paideia,” in Jens Zimmerman, ed., Re-Envisioning Christian Humanism: Education and the Restoration of Humanity (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017), 19–32.
  10. “Irenaeus on Atonement,” T&T Clark Companion to the Atonement, in A. J. Johnson ed., Bloomsbury Companions 5 (London: T&T Clark, 2017), 569–77.
  11. “Plundering the Egyptians: The Use of Classical Paideia in the Early Church,” in A. Bezzerides and E. H. Prodromou, eds., Orthodox Christianity and Higher Education: Theological, Historical, and Contemporary Reflections (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame, 2017), 140–54.
  12. “Diodore of Tarsus and his Exegesis,” Handbuch der Bibelhermeneutiken, in Oda Wischmeyer ed. (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016), 35–46.
  13. “Patristic Texts as Icons,” in Andreas Andreopoulos and Graham Speak eds., Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth: Studies in Honour of Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2016), 151–69.
  14.  “Scripture and Gospel: Intertextuality in Irenaeus,” in D. Jeffrey Bingham and Clayton N. Jefford, eds., Intertextuality in the Second Century (Leiden: Brill, 2016), 179–94.
  15. “Learning through Experience: The Pedagogy of Suffering and Death in St Irenaeus,” in Nonna Verna Harrison and David G. Hunter eds., Evil and Suffering in Early Christian Thought (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2016), 33–47.
  16. “Il Nome Del Signore Dio Misericordioso E Pietoso,” in Misericordia e Perdono, Atti del XXIII Convegno Ecumenico Internazionale di Spiritualità Ortodossa, Monastero di Bose, settembre 2015, (Bose: Edizioni Qiqajon, 2016), 83–99.
  17. “The Apocalypse of the Cross,” in Studies in Orthodox Hermeneutics: A Festschrift in Honor of Theodore G. Stylianopoulos, in Eugen Pentiuc, John Fotopoulos, and Bruce Beck eds. (Brookline MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 2016), 313–47.
  18. “La Pace tra la Chiese: Sant’ Ireneo di Leone,” in Atti del XXII Convegno Ecumenico Internazionale di Spiritualità Ortodossa, Monastero di Bose, settembre 2014, (Bose: Edizioni Qiqajon, 2015), 165–85.
  19. “St Isaac of Nineveh on the Cross of Christ,” in Hilarion Alfeyev ed., St Isaac the Syrian and his Spiritual Legacy (Crestwood NY: St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2015), 87–95.
  20. “La Sfida della Morte,” in Marco Vergottini ed., Gesù Cristo e il Nuovo Umanesimo (Milan: Centro Ambrosiano, 2015), 326–38.
  21.  “‘Search the Scriptures for they Speak of Me’: Reading the Scriptures with the Early Fathers,” in T. Grdzelidzeed., Sources of Authority, vol. 1, The Early Church, Faith and Order Paper 217 (Geneva: World Council of Churches, 2014), 1–16.
  22.  “St Athanasius on ‘Incarnation,’” in N. H. Gregerson ed., Incarnation: On the Scope and Depth of Christology (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2015), 79–98.
  23.  “Let us Return to the Word Delivered in the Beginning,” in A. Min, ed., The Task of Theology: Leading Theologians on the Most Compelling Questions for Today, proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Whitehead Research Project, Claremont Graduate University (New York: Orbis, 2014), 1–20.
  24. “Reading the Fathers Today,” in J. Mihoc and S. Aldea eds. A Celebration of Living Theology: Festschrift for Fr Andrew Louth, (London: T&T Clark, 2014), 7–19.
  25. “The Promise of the Image,” in Thomas Albert Howard ed., Imago Dei: Human Dignity in Ecumenical Perspective (Washington DC: Catholic University of America Press, June 2013), 15–37.
  26. “‘Let there be Light!’ A Byzantine Theology of Light,” in Gerald O’Collins and Mary Ann Meyers eds., Light from Light: Scientists and Theologians in Dialogue (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2012), 183–194.
  27. “Returning to First Principles: Articulating Orthodox Theology in a Post-Modern Context,” in Thinking Modernity, in A. E. Kattan and F. A. Georgi eds., Balamand theological Conferences 1 (St John of Damascus Institute of Theology, University of Balamand; Westphalian Wilhelm’s University, Center for Religious Studies, 2010), 21–35.
  28. “Gaul” (The Varieties of Christianity to 250 C.E.) in Margaret Mitchell and Frances Young eds., The Cambridge History of Christianity, vol. 4 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009).
  29. “What are We Doing Talking about God: The Discipline of Theology,” in A. Papanikolaou and E. Prodromou, eds., Thinking Through Faith: New Perspectives from Orthodox Christian Scholars (Crestwood, NY: SVS Press, 2008), 67–86.
  30. “Calling upon God as Father: Augustine and the Legacy of Nicaea,” in A. Papanikolaou and G. E. Demacopoulos, eds., Orthodox Readings of Augustine (Crestwood, N.Y.: SVS Press, 2008), 153–65.
  31.  “Faithfulness and Creativity,” in Orthodox and the World Today: Sixth Congress of the Higher Orthodox Schools of Theology, Sofia, 5–10 October 2004 (Sofia: St Kliment Ohridski University Press, 2006), 166–173.
  32. “The Church in Via,” paper delivered at the Plenary session of the Conference on Eschatology held by the Theological Commission of the Moscow Patriarchate, Danielovsky Monastery, Nov. 14–17, 2005.
    • Georgian translation in Archevani, January 2006.
  33. “The Motherhood of the Church” and “Mary as a Type of the Church” in Vierge Marie—Église Vierge: Acts du quatrième colloque de théologie orthodoxe de l’Université de Sherbrooke, (Sherbrooke: Université de Sherbrooke, Éditions G.G.C, 2005), 13–29, 83–95.
  34. “The Question of Nicene Orthodoxy,” in A. Louth and A. Casiday eds., Byzantine Orthodoxies: Papers from the Thirty-Sixth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, University of Durham, 23–25 March, 2002 (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006), 15–27.
  35. “Social and Historical Setting (2nd Century),” in F. Young, A. Louth, and L. Ayres, eds., The Cambridge History of Early Christian Literature (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), 55–70.
  36. “Faithfulness and Creativity,” in Abba (see above, books 2003), 159–178.
  37. “Interpreting the Incarnation,” Sourozh 89 (August 2002), 15–29.
  38. “Adam” and “Anthropologie” in Dictionnaire de Théologie (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1997).


  1.  “Mission in the Modern Age”, forthcoming in Oxbridge Philokalic Review.
  2. “From Adam to Christ: From Male and Female to Being Human,” The Wheel 13/14 (Spring/Summer 2018), 19–32.
  3. “Diversity and Dialogue in the Service of Communion: The Example of St Irenaeus of Lyons,” One in Christ 51.1 (2017), 21–36.
  4. “Lifting the Veil: Reading Scripture in the Orthodox Tradition,” Sobornost 38:1 (2016), 74–90.
  5. “Take Back Death! Christian Witness in the Twenty-First Century,” Koinonia n.s. 64 (2014), 7–22.
  6. “The Christian Art of Dying,” Sobornost 35:1–2 (2013), 136–47.
    • Italian translation in: Le Età della Vita Spirituale. Atti del XXI Convegno Ecumenico Internazionale di Spiritualità Ortodossa, Monastero di Bose, 4–7 settembre 2013 (Bose: Edizioni Qiqajon, 2014), 301–16.
  7. “Older than All Creation,” Communi Viatorum 55.3 (2013), 237–254.
  8. “‘The Spirit and the Bride Say Come!’ The Eschatological Dimensions of the Liturgy,” Communio 38.3 (Fall 2011), 465–485.
  9. “Comunione e Conciliarità”/“Communion and Conciliarity,” Album Accademico 2010–11, Pontificio Istituto Orientale, Rome, 37–48, 48–59.
  10. “The Eschatological Dimensions of Liturgy,” Assembly: A Journal of Liturgical Theology 36.1 (2010), 2–9.
  11.  “Marriage and Asceticism,” Sobornost 29:2 (2007), 24–50.
  12.  “Taught by the Apostles,”Christian History (Fall 2007).
  13. “One in Christ: An Historical Look,” AGAIN, summer 2006.
  14. “For the Welfare of the Churches of God,” AGAIN, summer 2006.
    1. French translation in Le Messager Orthodoxe.
  15. “Virgin Mother—Virgin Church.” Russian translation, “Virgin Mother—Virgin Church,” Bogoslovskii Vestnik 2004, no.4, 123–149.
  16. “Midwife of the Christian Bible,” Christian History 80 (XXII.4).
  17. “Tradition” in St Vladimir’s Seminary 2003 Education Day book.
  18. “The Trinity,” The Living Pulpit (April, 1999).
  19. “Severus of Antioch: Eastern and Oriental Perspectives,” St Nersess Theological Review 3:1–2 (1998), 23–35. Reprinted in Christine Chaillot, The Dialogue Between the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Churches (Volos, Greece: Volos Academy, 2016), 64–73.


Graduate Level

St Vladimir’s Seminary

Lecture Classes

  • Patristics Survey Classes, covering the first fourteen centuries, in various configurations
  • The Trinity
  • The Person of Christ
  • St Athanasius and the Fourth Century Controversies
  • Tradition in the Early Church
  • The Development of Christology
  • The Development of Monasticism in Fourth-Century Egypt
  • From Canon to Creed
  • The Cappadocians
  • Byzantine Hesychasm
  • Introduction to the Old Testament Scriptures
  • Introduction to Spirituality


  • The Gospel of John and the Paschal Christ
  • St Irenaeus of Lyons
  • Origen
  • St Gregory of Nyssa
  • St Gregory of Nazianzus
  • St Maximus the Confessor
  • Theological Anthropology
  • Scripture and Its Exegesis
  • Asceticism and Sexuality in the Early Church
  • Christianity in a Secular and Post-Secular Society

Harvard Divinity School

  • Pre-Nicene Christianity
  • From Nicaea to Constantinople

Fordham University

  • The Incarnation to Chalcedon
  • St Maximus the Confessor

Nashotah House

  • Theological Anthropology through the Eyes of the Eastern Fathers
  • Origen of Alexandria

Regent College

  • Pre-Nicene Christianity

St Ambrose University, Calgary

  • The Gospel of John in Christian Theology

St Andrew’s School of Theology, Sydney College of Divinity

  • Early Christian Fathers
  • Theological Anthropology
  • Irenaeus of Lyons

St Athanasius College, University of Divinity, Melbourne

  • The School of Alexandria

Graduate Reading Classes

At various schools, including: Union Theological Seminary, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fuller Theological Seminary, Fordham University

Undergraduate Level

Fordham University

  • Classic Christian Texts: From NT to Anselm

Doctoral Committees

  • Nashotah House Theological Seminary: Timothy S. Gahles, “Ministering to the Image of God” (DMin). (Defended May 2015).
  • Union Theological Seminary: Pia Sophia Chaudhari, ““That Which is Not Assumed is Not Healed”: Explorations in Orthodox Christian Ontology, Soteriology, and Depth Psychology” (Defended April 2015).
  • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary: John M. Lewis, “An Examination of Nestorius of Constantinople’s Appeal to Christological Compatibility with Athanasius of Alexandria as Represented in Le Livre d”Héraclide de Damas.” (Defended April 2015)
  • Fordham University: Matthew Lootens, “Gregory of Nyssa’s Contra Eunomium: Context, Method, and Theology.” (Defended April 2015)
  • Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley CA: Daniel Robinson, “Deliberation, Faith, and Freedom in Alexander of Aphrodisias and Clement of Alexandria.” (Defended April 2015)
  • Dallas Theological Seminary: Christopher Graham, “The Way, The Church, and Paradise in Early Christian Thought: The Christian Appropriation of Way Language in the First and Second Centuries.”
  • Fordham University: Michael Azar, “Exegeting the Jews: The Reception of the Johannine Ioudaioi in Early Christianity” (Defended 2013).
  • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary: Claude O’shedrick Persons, Jn.: “The Deified Citizens of The City of God: How Augustine Applies the Patristic Doctrine of Theosis to the Citizens of The City of God.” (Defended 2010).
  • Boston College: Maria McDowell, “The Joy of Enacted Virtue: Towards the Ordination of Women to the Eastern Orthodox Priesthood.” (Defended 2010).
  • Catholic University of America: Jutta Raithel, “Beginning at the End: Literary Unity and the Relationship between Anthropology and Liturgy in the Protoevangelium Jacobi (P. Bodm. 5)” (Defended 2010).
  • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary: John Nixon, “Athanasius” Trinitarian Theology and His Reading of Scripture: Matthew 28:19 as the Hypothesis of the Christian Faith in his Letters to Serapion Concerning the Holy Spirit” (Defended 2006).

External Examiner

For various universities, including: University of Oxford; University of Durham; Kings College London; University of Nottingham; VID Specialized University, Stavanger, Norway;