Ioannis E. Konstas
was born in central Greece in 1968. Although a passion for photography burst into his life already at the age of twelve, he first studied High-Energy Physics in Freiburg, Germany earning a Master's degree relating to the Big Bang Theory at CERN in Switzerland. After programming the alarm control software for the Myon particles detector at LEP (Large Electron-Positron Collider),  he turned his attention back to Photons, especially those that could be stopped by the film emulsion behind his camera lens.
He is also a graduate of A.I.B.I. (the Athens branch of Sunset International Bible Institute in Lubbock, Texas) with a following Master's degree on the Hebrew Scriptures (MRS) from NU in Louisiana. His deep and dedicated interest in the writings of the Apostle Paul led him to study, explore and photograph Pauline & other related sites in the Mediterranean Lands, since 1994.

  • Co-founder and teacher of a Bible School with emphasis on the Patristic writings. 
  • Over 80 lectures on Pauline and related subjects.
  • His studies and articles have triggered the restoration and display of the significant (but for 100 years neglected) Gallio inscription by the Greek ministry of Culture. (The inscription is critical for the establishment of an absolute Pauline chronology. It is exhibited now in the new Delphi museum, after exiting the charioteer's room). 
  • Guide of VIPs (Charlie Duke being the highlight) to the Greek Pauline Sites.
  • Open University lecturer on Patristic Psychotherapy.

  • A limited edition coffee-table album on Biblical Greece (language: English)
  • "The Complete Acts of St. Paul in Greece" (pc cd-rom, language: English).
  • "The Lord's Prayer as a Holiness Ladder," a theological study based on the writings of the Greek Church Fathers (paperback, language: Greek).
  • Textbook: Typology of the three contemporaneous, unauthorized, pre-solomonic sanctuaries (Language: English).
  • Textbook:  Ritual and typology of the levitical Burnt Offering (Language: Greek).
  • Textbook: Psycho-structural typology of Ezekiel's vision according to St. Macarius the Egyptian (Language: English).
  • Forty of his pictures have been published in Zondervan's Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary, which has received the  ECPA (Evangelical Christian Publishers Association) Gold Medallion award.

Internet presence:
With material from previous publications, recent and ongoing trips, Ioannis published in 2022 a new extended version of this geographical and photographic study blog. This blog presents all of Paul's journeys and routes through the recorded and most importantly through the unrecorded cities located along the Roman roads or ancient paths he used. Additionally, it presents a detailed Harmony Chart that contains all events of the life and journeys of Paul.