Vojtech Sanda was Czech theologian (born 1873, died 1953). He was a professor of theology in Prague. He wrote only one book about dogmatic theology, but that was of extraordinary quality. The Synopsis theologiae dogmaticae specialis was written in latin and published in 1916 and 1922. In the first chapter of this article, there is a short biography of the author of Synopsis - Vojtech Sanda. The second chapter deals with the structure and sources of Synopsis. In the last chapter the author presentw his analysis of the christological and soteriological questions of Sanda's work. These questions go to the Biblical-theological sources of Synopsis, to the hypostatic union, to the christological titles for Jesus Christ, to the primary purpose of incarnations, to the kenosis, to the self-consciouness and knowledge of Jesus Christ, and finally to the soteriological models interpreting the cross of Jesus.