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Andrzej Gradzikiewicz M.Div.


Ancient Languages and Texts (ALT)


Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Theologische Fakultät
Institut für Christentum und Antike
Unter den Linden 6
10099 Berlin


Master of Divinity, Andrews University, MI, USA

B.A. Honours German, Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg, South Africa, Cum Laude

B.A. Languages, Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg, South Africa


2014 – 2016
Assistant lecturer of theology at Universidad de Montemorelos, Mexico

2005 – 2014     
Pastor in Texas, Seventh Day Adventists

2004 – 2005     
Graduate Assistant at Dept. of Education, Andrews University, MI

New Testament Onomastics

A study of semantic qualities borne by the various New Testament personal and place names. It is a combination of prosopography and onomasticon, while ultimately seeking to develop an overarching semantic theory of New Testament names. It is a search for all "metadata" provided by the  naming practices in late antiquity. All information, whether epigraphic, ostraca, papyri, that can be found on every name used in the NT will be listed lexigraphically, indicating, wherever possible, besides the literary context also information regarding provenance, social status, religion.