Alexander Golubov


V. Rev. Alexander Golubov

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AddressPost Office Box 130
South Canaan, PA 18459
Phone570-937-4411
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Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Spirituality, Academic Dean, St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Theological Seminary

B.A., Temple University,
M.A., The University of Rochester; St. Petersburg Theological Academy and Seminary (Russia);,
Ph.D., University of Rochester; St. Petersburg Theological Academy and Seminary (Russia),

Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Spirituality, attended Temple University (B.A. in English Literature), the University of Rochester (M.A. and Ph.D. in Russian Literature and Intellectual History) and St. Petersburg Theological Seminary and Academy (Pastoral and Theological Formation).

He began teaching at St. Tikhon’s in 1984-85, returning in 1990 and becoming Academic Dean in 1996. Previously he was Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Rochester and taught at Wheaton College in Norton, Mass. He has pastored parishes in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and has served on the Bishop’s Council of the Patriarchal Parishes of the Russian Orthodox Church in the USA, the Governing Board and Executive Committee of the National Council of Churches of Christ, USA, and the Pre-Conciliar Commission for the 2002 All-American Council.

Author of more than 20 published articles, including “Spirituality in the Orthodox Context,” the Foreword of Dumitru Staniloae’s Orthodox Spirituality, he has contributed to Sourozh (“The Rags of Morality: Original Sin and Human Nature”) and Pravoslavnaia Entsyklopediia (articles on the Alaskan Diocese and Bishop Amphilochius, in Russian). He has also spoken at various confer­ences and lectured, most recently on “Issues of Religion and Identity in Russian History and Culture” at Boston Theological Institute/Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology; and “The Struggle for Ecclesiology” at the Davis Center at Harvard University.

Areas of Interest

Pastoral Theology; Spirituality;



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