Alexander Negrov (Ph.D.) - New Testament, Hermeneutics, Leadership

Alexander Negrov (Ph.D.) – New Testament, Hermeneutics, Leadership

Head of the Graduate School of Leadership of SPbCU

Degree - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in New Testament studies.

Disciplines: hermeneutics, biblical theology, exegesis, leadership and management, practical theology.
Membership in the academic societies: member of the research team at the Department of Biblical Studies State University of Pretoria (South Africa). Corresponding Member of the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), New Testament Society of South Africa (NTSSA), Evangelical Theological Society (ETS).

Books, articles and blogs by Alexander Negrov (available on the Internet):

Hermeneutics in the conversion process: the three hermeneutic horizon of the Slavic evangelical community in the post-Soviet period (Magazine “theological reflection”. Vol. 4, 2004)
Hermeneutics in Transition: Three Hermeneutical Horizons of Slavic Evangelicals in the Post-Soviet Period (Journal Theological Reflectios, vol. 4, 2004)
Principles of interpretation of scripture in the Russian Orthodox Church (This article is based on the material of the report «Biblical Interpretation in the Russian Orthodox Church: A Historical and Hermeneutical Perspective»
Link to the book by Alexander Negrov on Biblical Interpretation in the Russian Orthodox Church: A Historical and Hermeneutical Perspective available in the library of Google.
Link to the article of Alexander Negrov (Alexander Negrov. Understanding the New Testament Church within an Orthodox Hermeneutical Framework / / Einheit der Kirche im Neuen Testament: Dritte europ?ische orthodox-westliche Exegetenkonferenz in Sankt Petersburg, 24.-31. August 2005. Anatoly A. Alexeev , Christos Karakolis, Ulrich Luz. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament. Mohr Siebeck, 2008.) in the library of Google.

Publications:
Biblical Interpretation in the Russian Orthodox Church: A Historical and Hermeneutical Perspective (Beitr?ge zur historischen Theologie 130) Mohr Siebeck: T?bungen, 2008.
On biblical hermeneutics (the aesthetic aspect). / / Ethos and Aesthesis Contemporary philosophy. Proceedings of the Scientific Conference. St. Petersburg State University. 2003. pp. 119-123.
The idea of a secular government in New Testament Christianity. / / Religion in World History and Culture. Proceedings of XI St. Petersburg Religious readings. SPb. 2004. pp. 68-70.
Hermeneutics in the conversion process: the three hermeneutic horizons of the Slavic evangelical community in the post-Soviet period. / / Theological reflection. № 4. 2004. pp. 7-32.
Hermeneutic horizons of Evangelical Christian-Baptists. / / Protestantism and Protestants in Russia: Past, Present, Future. Collection of materials of science and practical theological conference. Zaoksky. 2004. pp. 335-348.
Anthropological approach to the New Testament / Christian Thought: sociology, political theology, and cultural studies. Volume IV. – St. 2005. pp. 7-33 (in collaboration with prof. Bachinin VA).
Moral concepts of New Testament ecclesiology in the works of Dmitri Bogdashevshskiy (1861-1933). / / Pages 10:4. MA, St. Andrew. 2005. pp. 591 – 610.
On the scientific study of the New Testament in the context of church-dogmatic perception of biblical texts / / Relevance of prayer and Scripture for the modern man. First International Scientific and Theological Conference, “Spirituality in the Christian tradition.” Collection of reports. Nizhny Novgorod. 2005. pp.111-126
Society of the New Testament. / / Christian Thought: sociology, political theology, cultural studies. Volume III. – St. 2005. SS. 43-55 (in collaboration with prof. Bachinin VA).
Biblical Hermeneutics of. Sergius Bulgakov: Synergetic, anthropological and theurgical aspects. / / Russian Theology in the European context. SN Bulgakov and Western religious philosophy and thought. Ed. Vladimir Porus (Series “Religious thinkers”). MA, St. Andrew. 2006. BBI. 232-242.
Issues of biblical hermeneutics in the works of P. Florensky. / / On the way to the synthetic unity of European culture. Ed. Vladimir Porus (Series “Religious thinkers”). MA, St. Andrew. 2006. pp. 25-40
Sociolinguistics and the interpretation of the New Testament. / / The Bible and the European literary tradition. Proceedings of the philological XXXIV International Conference. Collection of articles. St. Petersburg State University. 2006. pp. 40-54.
Biblical Interpretation in the Russian Orthodox Church: A Historical and Hermeneutical Perspective. / / Verbum et Ecclesia 2001, 22 (2): 352-365.
Fr. Sergius Bulgakov (1871-1944): A Study in the Eastern Orthodox Hermeneutical Perspective. / / Hervormde Teologiese Studies 2002, 58 (1): 250-263.
An overview of liberation theology in orthodox Russia. / / Hervormde Teologiese Studies 2005, 61 (1 & 2): 291-326.
Three Hermeneutical Horizons of Slavic Evangelicals. / / International Congregational Journal 2006 (6.1): 83-104
Baptist as a Symbol of Sectarianism in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia. / / Eastern European Baptist History: New Perspectives. Sharyl Corrado and Toivo Pilli (editors), Prague: IBTS Press. 2007 (co-authored with Dr. Tatyana Nikol’skaya).
Russian Protestantism. / / Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (In Print).

Contact information:
Phone: +7 (812) 747-2547
Email address: anegrov@spbcu.ru
Mailing address: Narvsky Pr., PO Box 211, St. Petersburg, 190020, Russia

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