(1869, Kios – 1935, Athens), professor of theology and ethics at Chalki (1895–1911) and Athens (1911–1935). Androutsos was a preeminent figure in 20th-century Greek theology. His Dogmatics has been considered the first complete and authentic systematic exposition of Orthodox doctrine. To “neopatristic” theologians, Androutsos embodies a scholastic theology infiltrated by Western rationalism, unrooted in the life of Orthodoxy.
Works (Greek and Romanian):
Συμβολική ἐξ ἐπόφεως ὀρθοδόξου, 21930
Δογματικὴ τῆς ᾽Ορθοδόξου ᾽Ανατολικῆ…