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Thursday, September 9, 2010

Revival in Bulgakov Studies

For some time now, Eerdmans has been commendably filling out what its publisher, William B. Eerdmans, Jr., calls “the Russian front” with translations into English of many major works of Orthodox theology. In doing so, Eerdmans has rendered a signal service to scholars and all others interested in Orthodox theology. They have been aided in this task by Boris Jakim and T. Allan Smith, both expert translators of theological Russian. I was recently asked to review the three most recent Bulgakov translations, and those reviews were published in the Wiley-Blackwell academic journal Reviews in Religion and Theology.

The first of the three I reviewed was The Burning Bush: On the Orthodox Veneration of the Mother of God:

The second was The Lamb of God while the third was was Churchly Joy: Orthodox Devotions for the Church Year

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