Dr. Andrew Blaski joined the faculty of Holy Apostles College & Seminary as Assistant Professor of Theology in 2019 after completing his doctoral work on Origen of Alexandria and early Christian biblical interpretation. From May 2021 to May 2022, he served as Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs and Academic Dean. He has taught Scripture, theology, and church history in a variety of academic and ecclesial settings both in the US and in the UK. Broadly speaking, Dr. Blaski’s research has been focused on the metaphysical relationship between the nature of Scripture (“what is it?”) and the hermeneutics of Scripture (“how do we interpret it?”) stressed in the writings of the Church Fathers. Andrew lives in Canton, CT with his wife, his five children, and his many piles of partially read books.
- PhD, Early Christianity, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK (2017)
- MA, Theology, St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, Crestwood, NY (2013)
- MA, Church History, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, IL (2012)
- BA, English, Biblical Studies, Trinity College, Deerfield, IL (2010)