Alexandru Ioniță (b. 1982) is a research fellow of the Institute for Ecumenical Research at the Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu since 2012. After his theological studies in Sibiu he spent four years in Munich writing his PhD thesis about the patristic reception of Romans 9-11. His current project approaches the topic of anti-Jewish elements of the Byzantine Liturgy (“Byzantine Liturgy and the Jews”, www.ddic.ecum.ro) and he is interested in the reception of biblical texts and motives in the liturgical context. Ioniță is member of several scholarly societies, being at the same time a passionate chanter of Byzantine music and conductor of the Dia.Logos children choir.
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