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Gregorios Papamichael

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Later he worked as a teacher in the Greek community of Sofia, Bulgaria.
Finally he continued his theological studies at the Theological Academy of St. Petersburg, [[Church of Russia|Russia]], where he was granted his Master of Theology degree in 1905 for his thesis ''"St. [[Gregory Palamas]], Archbishop of Thessaloniki."''<ref group="note">"Another pioneer work of earlier date is Gregorios Papamichael, ''Ο Άγιος Γρηγόριος ο Παλαμάς'' (St Petersburg/Alexandria, 1911), a serious study which had, however, little impact on Orthodox theology at the time. It was of course [[Vladimir Lossky]], in his ''Essai sur la théologie mystique de l'Eglise d'Orient'' (Paris, 1944; English translation, London, 1957), who first brought Palamism to the attention of a wider public, non-Orthodox as well as Orthodox.":* [[Dumitru Staniloae]]. ''[http://books.google.ca/books?id=-sU80t3ncpgC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false Orthodox Dogmatic Theology: The Experience of God].'' Continuum, 2000. p. xxv.</ref>
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