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John Panagiotou
Panagiotou, John G.

Adjunct Professor of Greek and Early Church History

Dr. Panagiotou is a theologian and scholar who has deep experience in pastoral ministry as an Orthodox Christian presbyter, denominational administrator, teacher at the university and seminary levels, preacher, and businessman in a career which has spanned nearly three decades. His research interest and teaching focus on the study of the early centuries of Christianity and on Christian stewardship. Dr. Panagiotou is also a professor of New Testament, Biblical Greek, and Patristics at Cummins Memorial Theological Seminary where he serves as Liason Officer to the Seminary President.

Educations and Credentials
  • ThD (Cand), Pontifex University
  • DMin, Erskine Theological Seminary
  • MA (theology), St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary
Recent Publications
  • The Path to Oikonomia with Jesus Christ as Our Lighthouse. OCP Publications, 2020.
  • “Greek Orthodoxy in the Eighteenth Century,”1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, Vol 5. Bucknell University Press, 2000.
Experience and Ministry
  • Adjunct professor, Erskine Theological Seminary
  • Professor of New Testament studies, Cummins Theological Seminary
  • Pastor and chancellor, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, New York, NY
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