Gregory Y. Glazov, D.Phil.
(Oxon.), Professor of Biblical Studies, earned M.Phil. and D.Phil.
degrees in Jewish Studies in the Graeco-Roman World from Oxford University. His
doctoral dissertation, “The ‘Bridling of the Tongue’ and the ‘Opening of the
Mouth’ in Biblical Prophecy,” was published by Sheffield Academic Press in
2001. He has published articles on the book of Job, Vladmir Solovyov, and
biblical anthropology in Vetus Testamentum, Communio, and for the
Linacre Centre. His forthcoming publications include articles on the
canonical interpretation of biblical prophecy and east-west monastic dialogue
in Dictionary of the Old Testament (IVP) and Eastern Christian
Studies. His recent conference presentations focus on the Old
Testament background of John’s Gospel, and the Lord’s Prayer. Dr. Glazov's classes
include Introduction to Johannine and Pauline Literature, Jewish Roots of
Christian Spirituality, New Testament Greek I and II, Prophetic Literature, Pentateuch,
Wisdom Literature and Psalms, and The Four Loves and Family Life.
Currently he is completing three books: Brothers in Hope: Models of Judaism
in Catholic Perspective (Notre Dame), The Lord’s Prayer, the Hail Mary,
the Glory Be and the Sign of the Cross, and an annotated translation of and
commentary on Vladimir Solovyov’s writings on Judaism.
- D.Phil., Oxford University
- M.Phil., Oxford University
Bridling of the Tongue and the Opening of the Mouth in Biblical Prophecy
Sheffield Academic Press, 2001