The Way: Religious Thinkers of the Russian Emigration in Paris and Their Journal, 1925-1940

Arjakovsky, Antoine

Editorial: University of Notre Dame, 2013
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Críticas: "The Way is an important work, brilliantly researched, and the product of a true scholar who talks to us theologically as he progresses. Antoine Arjakovsky's main focus of interest is on ecumenical theology, and he argues convincingly that Orthodox thought as manifested in these leading-edge thinkers still has a major role to play in opening an authentically Orthodox but inclusive ecclesiological line of approach to contemporary Christianity." - John A. McGuckin, Union Theological Seminary

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Editorial: University of Notre Dame
Año de publicación: 2013

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