By Paul L. Gavrilyuk
informed his method of patristic assets. Paul Gavrilyuk bargains a brand new studying of Florovsky's neopatristic theology, through heavily contemplating its ontological, epistemological and ecclesiological foundations.
It is usual to distinction Florovsky's neopatristic theology with the 'modernist' non secular philosophies of Pavel Florensky, Sergius Bulgakov, and different representatives of the Russian non secular Renaissance. Gavrilyuk argues that the traditional narrative of twentieth-century Orthodox theology, according to this polarization, has to be reconsidered. the writer demonstrates Florovsky's severe appropriation of the most issues of the Russian spiritual Renaissance, together with theological antinomies, the
meaning of heritage, and the character of personhood. The certain beneficial properties of Florovsky's neopatristic theology—Christological concentration, 'ecclesial experience', personalism, and 'Christian Hellenism'—are most sensible understood opposed to the heritage of the most tricky of the Renaissance. particularly, it is
shown that Bulgakov's sophiology supplied a polemical subtext for Florovsky's theology of production. it truly is argued that using the patristic norm in software to trendy Russian theology represents Florovsky's theological signature.
Drawing on unpublished archival fabric and correspondence, this research sheds new gentle on such points of Florovsky's profession as his relatives historical past, his participation within the Eurasian circulate, his dissertation on Alexander Herzen, his lectures on Vladimir Solovyov, and his involvement in Bulgakov's Brotherhood of St Sophia.
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Georges Florovsky and the Russian Religious Renaissance (Changing Paradigms in Historical and Systematic Theology) by Paul L. Gavrilyuk