Georgios Stavropoulos-Giuspasoglou was born in Athens in 1973. He studied at the Theology Department of the Theological School of Athens, from where he received his degree in 1996 with honors. In the same School, he completed postgraduate studies and received an honorary scholarship from the State Scholarship Foundation (IKY) as the top performing postgraduate student of the Department during the year 1996-1997. In 1999 he received his Master's Degree in Patrology with an excellent grade with the thesis "The teaching of Saint Gregory of Nyssa on theory" . In 2000 he participated in the International Conference " Origene e l ' alessandrinismo capadoce " in Bari, Italy with the lecture " Writings on Origen by Greek Scholars over the past thirty years » . In 2004, he supported his doctoral thesis entitled "Neptic Horology and Thematics from the Life of M. Antonius to the Explanation of the Breath of the Breaths of Saint Gregory of Nyssa". The supervisor of the thesis was St. Papadopoulos and members of the three-member committee, the Metropolitan of Messinia Chrysostomos Savvatos and K. Liakouras. From 2005 to 2007 he studied at the Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum in Rome, attending courses of internationally renowned patrologists, including B. Studer, M. Simonetti, H. Drobner, V. Grossi, MG Mara, N. Cipriani. He also attends M. Spinelli's intensive Latin lessons at the Augustinianum. In the exams, he receives the highest grade (summa cum laude) as an average. Since 2009 and for three consecutive years, he has participated in the teaching of the Patrolology course, assisting the responsible professor K. Liakouras, as a teacher (Presidential Decree 407). Since 2013, he has been attending the advanced Syriac language courses of M. Papoutsakis (assistant professor at Princeton) at Artos Zois, where he also voluntarily offers Syriac lessons for beginners. Together with M. Papoutsakis, he is responsible for teaching languages (Hebrew, Syriac, Armenian) at Bread of Life. Since 2014, he has been working in the Theology Department as a lecturer with the subject of "Patrology", focusing more on Latin Christian Scripture. His research interests mainly concern the study of Christology and Mystical Theology. He knows Italian, English, German and is learning Russian. He is married and has a daughter.