The Lamb of God (book)

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This article is about a book. For the term in Christian theology, see Lamb of God. For other uses, see Lamb of God (disambiguation).

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