Dr. George L. Parsenios
Saint Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary
here has hired two new faculty members to teach Biblical studies-Dr.
George L. Parsenios, Professor of New Testament, and Archpriest Dr. Eugen J. Pentiuc, Professor of Scripture and Semitic Languages.
Highly regarded in their fields of study, both are published authors and sought-after lecturers.
"I am thrilled that Professors Parsenios and Pentiuc have joined our faculty," said Archpriest Dr. John Behr, Dean of the Seminary.
"They are amongst the most eminent scriptural scholars working today, have published widely in their fields, with the most respected presses, and bring a great amount of talent and passion to the teaching of this fundamental discipline, which will benefit our students greatly."
Archpriest Dr. Eugen J. Pentiuc
Dr. Parsenios is an associate professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary.
He earned his M.A. (Classics) from Duke University; his M.Div. from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA; and his M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. from Yale University.
teaching and research explore the interaction of early Christianity with classical literature, as well as the interpretation of the New Testament in the early church.
is the author of two books and several articles, and regularly teaches courses on the Gospel of John, First Corinthians, and Paul the Pastor.