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June 1940: Vladimir Lossky joined the massive exodus from Paris before the advancing German Army. In his diary of the upheaval, this theologian of Orthodox mysticism reflects on civilisation, war and the place of Christianity in East and West.
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Vladimir Lossky (1903–58) was one of the most brilliant theologians of the twentieth century. Living in the Russian diaspora in Paris, he was at the heart of the “neo-patristic” revival. Several of his works are available in English from SVS Press: In the Image and Likeness of God, The Meaning of Icons (with Leonid Ouspensky), The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church, Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, and The Vision of God. Michael Donley is a writer and translator, and an expert in French literature.
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Book Description St Vladimirs Seminary Pr, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0881414182