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Bulgakov, Sergei Nikolaevich, Archpriest

Имя кратко: Булгаков С. Н., прот.
Имя на родном языке: Булгаков Сергей Николаевич, протоиерей
Имя на английском языке: Bulgakov, S. N., Archpriest
Тип персоны: Церковные писатели, Ученые
Профессиональные интересы: Богословие, Догматическое богословие
Конфессии: Православие
Краткая биографическая справка: Fr. Sergius Nikolaevich Bulgakov was a priest of the Russian Orthodox Church in the early twentieth century. He was noted as an Orthodox theologian, philosopher, and economist. After an early interest in Marxism, he returned to his religious roots in Orthodox Christianity. He wrote extensively, and after being exiled by the new Communist government of Russia, he became part of the community of Russians in Paris, taking part in the founding of the St. Sergius Orthodox Theological Institute in Paris.

Библиография работ автора:

Books in English

▪ The Bride of the Lamb. Eerdmans, 2001. ( ISBN 978-0802839152 )

▪ The Comforter. Eerdmans, 2004. ( ISBN 978-0802821126 )

▪ The Friend of the Bridegroom: On the Orthodox Veneration of the Forerunner. Eerdmans, 2003. ( ISBN 978-0802849793 )

▪ The Holy Grail and the Eucharist. Lindisfarne, 1997. ( ISBN 978-0940262812 )

▪ The Lamb of God. Eerdmans, 2007. ( ISBN 978-0802827791 )

▪ The Orthodox Church. St Vladimir's, 1997. ( ISBN 978-0881410518 )

▪ Philosophy of Economy. Yale, 2000. ( ISBN 978-0300079906 )

Sophia, the Wisdom of God: An Outline of Sophiology. Lindisfarne, 1993. ( ISBN 978-0940262607 )

Автор 1 публикации:

    Bulgakov, Sergei Nikolaevich, Archpriest
    3 августа 2012 г.
    (Книжное библиографическое описание)
    With its scholarly discussions of myth, German idealist philosophy, negative theology, and mysticism, shot through with reflections on personal religious experiences, Unfading Light documents what a life in Orthodoxy came to mean for Sergius Bulgakov on the tumultuous eve of the 1917 October Revolution. Written in the final decade of the Russian Silver Age, the book is a typical product of that era of experimentation in all fields of culture and life. Bulgakov referred to the book as miscellanies, a patchwork of chapters articulating in symphonic form the ideas and personal experiences that he and his entire generation struggled to comprehend. Readers may be reminded of St. Augustine's Confessions and City of God as they follow Bulgakov through the challenges and opportunities presented to Orthodoxy by modernity.

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