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Ignatije Midić (Игнатије/Игњатије Мидић) is a Serbian bishop, born on 17 October 1954 in Knez Selo near Niš.
He is professor of dogmatic theology at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Theology, and a well-known contemporary orthodox theologian in Serbia. His theological conceptions are mostly influenced by St. Maxim the Confessor and John Zizioulas. The basic teaching of the Church about person, he develops not only as a separate dogmatic or ecclesiological notion, but rather he puts it in the context of the whole theology. His and John Zizioulas’ positions are well accepted but also discussed and critically reexamined by younger generation of theologians and philosophers in Serbia, especially by Aleksandar Djakovac and Davor Džalto. He became bishop in 1994 having his cathedra in Požarevac. He is the head of diocese of Požarevac and Braničevo.