The Lamb of God (book)

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The Lamb of God is the first part of the three book, comprehensive presentation of Eastern Orthodox theology by Sergei Bulgakov.[1] The book is in effect a comprehensive presentation of the Eastern Orthodox Christological perspective, which is then followed by his other works on pneumatology.[1]

The book's conceptual development draws on the pioneer liberal Orthodox dogmatics of Archimandrite Feodor, and his development of kenotic Christology based on the Lamb of God.[2]

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  1. ^ a b Modern Russian Theology: Ortholdox Theology In A New Key by Paul Valliere 2000 ISBN 0-567-08755-7 pages 291-293
  2. ^ Russian Religious Thought by Judith Deutsch Kornblatt 1996 ISBN 0-299-15134-4 page 187