Scholar Spotlight: Andrew Louth

Andrew Louth’s long and distinguished career as a scholar of Patristic and Byzantine studies means that no one article can offer a full review of his scholarship and impact. Instead, this spotlight will focus on his The Origins of the Christian Mystical Tradition, first published in 1981 and reprinted in 2007, as a work that deserves particular attention from scholars of mysticism. The work originated from a series of lectures on ‘Mystical Theology in the Fathers’…

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