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Vladimir Lossky

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Vladimir Lossky, aside from being the Dean of St. Denys, is best remembered for his book ''The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church'', the first patristic synthesis of theology of dogma and is widely recognised within the Orthodox Church.
Though with the best of intent to present pure Orthodox patristic beliefs, Lossky's works have been criticised for their shortcomings in this regard, particularly in a distinction regarding [[salvation|salvific work]].
A shortcoming most likely arising from Fr [[Pavel Florensky]]'s controversial work ''Stolp i utverzdenie isteny''<!--translation?-->, was a new distinction between the salvation by the work of the [[God the Son|Son]] and the work of the [[Holy Spirit]].{{citation}}

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