Andrew Louth //; born 11 November 1944) is an English theologian. He is an emeritus professor of patristic and Byzantine studies in the Department of Theology and Religion of Durham University. Louth has been at Durham University since 1996. Previously he taught at the University of Oxford (mostly patristics) and at Goldsmiths' College in Byzantine and early medieval history. He is a fellow of the British Academy and was a member of the British Academy Council from 2011 to 2014. He was President of the Ecclesiastical History Society (2009–10).(
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- Louth, Andrew (2007), Greek East and Latin West: The Church, AD 681–1071, Church History, 3, St. Vladimirs Seminary Press, ISBN 978-0881413205
- Louth, Andrew (2002), St. John Damascene: Tradition and Originality in Byzantine Theology, Oxford early Christian studies., Oxford University Press, ISBN 9780199275274
- Louth, Andrew; Raitt, Jill (1998), Wisdom of the Byzantine Church: Evagrios of Pontos and Maximos the Confessor, Paine Lectures in Religion, 1997, Dept. of Religious Studies, University of Missouri, OCLC 38570047
- Louth, Andrew (1996), Maximus the Confessor, Early Church Fathers, Routledge London, ISBN 0203991273
- Louth, Andrew (1989), Discerning the Mystery: An Essay on the Nature of Theology, Clarendon, ISBN 0198261969
- Louth, Andrew; Oden, Thomas C.; Conti, Marco (2001). Genesis 1-11; Volume 1. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 1579582206.
- Behr, John (2011). "Andrew Louth". In Andreopoulos, Andreas; Casiday, Augustine; Harrison, Carol (eds.). Meditations of the Heart: The Psalms in Early Christian Thought and Practice; Essays in Honour of Andrew Louth. Studia Traditionis Theologiae. Vol. 8. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols. pp. ix–xiii. doi:10.1484/M.STT-EB.6.09070802050003050304030306. ISBN 978-2-503-54021-4.