Fotios Ioannidis is Professor in the Faculty of Theology in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He studied Theology in Thessaloniki and as a fellow of the Comité Catholique pour la Collaboration Culturelle postgraduate studies in Italy, where he majored in Patrology and Church History. Since receiving his PhD degree (1991) deals mainly with the Latin Christian literature and the relations between Eastern and Western spirituality. Teaches: Ecclesiastical Literature with emphasis on Latins Fathers. Is a member of the Society for Ecumenical Studies, the International Patristic Society, the Societas Sancti Nicolai and the Società Internazionale per lo Studio del Medioevo Latino. Is a full member of the Academy of St. Ambrose of Milan in Ambrosian Library. Since 2011 is Associate Chair of the Faculty of Theology. He participated as a speaker at many international conferences in Greece and abroad. His main publications: Influences of eastern monasticism in the Rule of St Benedict, Ed. Epektasis, Katerini 1995; Ambrose of Milan, Concerning Repentance (De Paenitentia). Introduction - Text - Translation - Commentary, Ed. Vanias, Thessaloniki 2004; Augustine of Hippo, Speeches for repentance. Introduction - Text - Translation - Commentary, Ed. Vanias, Thessaloniki 2008; Aspects of Orthodox western experience. Theology - Literature - Spirituality, Patristic and Hagiographical Texts and Studies II, Ed. P. Pournaras, Thessaloniki 2010.
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