Georges Florovsky was a major Russian intellectual and Orthodox churchman, a pioneer leader in the modern ecumenical movement who is now recognized as the most profound Orthodox theologian of the 20th century. This book offers: an account of his life, by Andrew Blane; essays and analyses of Florovsky's thought, by Marc Raeff and George Williams; a bibliography of Florovsky's work; and descriptions of the deposits of Father Florovsky's papers in the library collections of Princton University and St Vladimir's Seminary. It is intended as a research tool and also provides a comprehensive assessment of Florovsky, accessible to the general reader.
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Andrew Blane is professor Russian history (emeritus) at the City University of New York and secretary of the Andrei Sakharov Foundation
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