Vladimir Kharlamov

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Affiliate Professor of Christian Heritage and Spirituality

Email: vkharlamov@btsr.edu

 

Books

Deification: A n Introduction to Theosis in Patristic Theology. The Cascade Companions series. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books. Work in progress (project is under contract).

Methodius of Olympus. De Vita and Exegetical Treatises. Introduction and translation by Vladimir Kharlamov. Work in progress.

Kharlamov, Vladimir, ed. Theosis: Deification in Christian Theology. Vol. 2. Princeton Theological Monograph Series 156. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2011.

The Beauty of the Unity and the Harmony of the Whole: The Concept of Theosis in the Theology of Pseudo-Dionysius the A reopagite. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2009.

Finlan, Stephen and Vladimir Kharlamov, eds. Theosis: Deification in Christian Theology. Princeton Theological Monograph Series 52. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2006.

 

Articles In English

“Clement of Alexandria on Trinitarian and Metaphysical Relationality in the Context of  Deification.” In Theosis: Deification in Christian Theology. Vol. 2: 83–99.

“Basil of Caesarea and the Cappadocians on the Distinction Between Essence and Energies in God and Its Relevance to the Deification Theme.” In Theosis: Deification in Christian Theology. Vol. 2: 100–45.

Theosis in Patristic Theology,” Theology Today 65, no. 2 (2008): 158–68.

“Rhetorical Application of Theosis in Greek Patristic Theology.” In Partakers of the Divine Nature: The History and Development of Deification in the Christian Traditions, edited by Michael J. Christensen and Jeffery A. Wittung, 115–31.  Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2007; Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2008.

“Emergence of the Deification Theme in the Apostolic Fathers.” In Theosis: Deification in Christian Theology, 51–66.

“Deification in the Apologists of the Second Century.” In Theosis: Deification in Christian Theology, 67–85.

“Neo-Arian Controversy: The Trinitarian Theology of Eunomius,” Theological Reflections (Euro-Asian Theological Journal) 4 (2004): 114–29.

“Vatican II on Ecumenism and the Eastern Orthodox Church,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies 38, no. 2–3 (2001): 168–88.

 

Articles In Russian

“Concise Historic-Theological Survey of Radical Reformation,” The Way of God’s Knowledge 5 (2000): 74–101.

“Gnostic Gospels of Thomas and Phillip,” The Way of God’s Knowledge 3 (1998): 84– 100.

“Ethical, Theological, and Psychological Aspects of Conscience,” The Way of God’s Knowledge 1 (1996): 74–95.

“Three Centuries of Gnosticism,” Theological Thought 5 (1996): 162–84.

“Polycarp of Smyrna and His Epistle to the Philippians,” Theological Thought 3 (1994): 94–111.

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS

“Trinitarian Interrelation in the Context of Metaphysical Application of the Deification Theme in Clement of Alexandria.” The Fifth Annual Thematic Conference in

Patristic Studies: “The Holy Trinity in the Life of the Church.” Pappas Patristic Institute of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA. October 9–11, 2008.

“Dissertation Writing: Considerations from the Other Side.” Discussion Panel: Preparing for Publication. Graduate Student Conference in Patristic Studies. Pappas Patristic Institute of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA. March 15–17, 2007.

“Metaphorical Significance of the Areopagite Pseudonymity.” Graduate Student Conference in Patristic Studies. Pappas Patristic Institute of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA. March 23–25, 2006.

“Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite: Living Neoplatonic Tradition in Practice and in the Theology of Eastern Orthodoxy.” American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, November 19–22, 2005.

“Emergence of the Deification Theme in the Apologists of the Second Century.” North American Patristics Society Annual Meeting, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Il, June 2–4, 2005.

“From One to Many–Round Trip. Metaphysical Application of the Deification Theme in Clement of Alexandria.” Graduate Student Conference in Patristic Studies. Pappas Patristic Institute of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA. April 15–16, 2005.

“Deification Innuendo in Gregory of Nyssa.” American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, November 20–23, 2004.

“Concept of Deification in the Apostolic Fathers.” North American Patristics Society Annual Meeting, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Il, May 27–29, 2004.

“Rhetorical Application of the Concept of Theosis in Fourth Century Greek Patristic Theology.” Partakers of the Divine Nature: Deification/Theosis in the Christian Traditions. An International Academic Conference. Drew University, Madison, NJ. May 21–22, 2004.