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The present volume is the single best one volume introductory critical study of Bulgakov available now in English. In a time when Bulgakov's complex theology and profound legacy in modern theology—in Christian East and West—is finally being widely appreciated, Fr Slesinkski's study has given us a sure conceptual guide, with marked critical analysis, not a mere summary, to the major themes and words of Bulgakov's massive oeuvre. We are indebted to Slesinski's magisterial study and it will set a standard for all future academic work that attempts to understand Bulgakov, who is the awakening giant of modern Orthodox theology.
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About the Author
Robert F. Slesinski received his doctorate in philosophy from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, and served on the faculty of the John XXIII Institute for Eastern Christian Studies (Bronx, NY). He is the author of Pavel Florensky: A Metaphysics of Love (SVS Press, 1984), as well as other books and articles.