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|Lourié, Basil, and Andrei Orlov. The Theophaneia School |
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|Title:||The Theophaneia School|
|Subtitle:||Jewish Roots of Eastern Christian Mysticism|
|Series:||Scrinium: Revue de patrologie, d’hagiographie critique et d’histoire ecclésiastique 3|
|Edited by Basil Lourié|
|Edited by Andrei Orlov|
|From the 2007 edition|
|Language:||Russian & English|
|Format:||Hardback, Black, 6 x 9 in|
Scrinium. Revue de patrologie, d’hagiographie critique et d’histoire ecclésiastique, established in 2005, is an international multilingual scholarly periodical devoted to patristics, critical hagiography, and Church history. Its scope is the ancient and medieval Christian Church worldwide, but primarily Eastern/Oriental Christianity and Christian Origins. It is published annually, in both printed and electronic forms, ranging from 400 to 550 pages per volume. Each volume is focused on a specific subject (covering not less than 60% of the whole volume) that is announced in the individual title of each volume. Two supplement series (established in 2008) contain monographs and edited volumes on medieval Christianity (in the series “Scripta ecclesiastica”) and Christian Origins, Second Temple and non-Rabbinical Judaism, including the afterlife of the Second Temple Jewish traditions in Christianity (in the series “Orientalia Judaica Christiana”). This volume is dedicated to Jewish Second Temple and early Christian mysticism.
|Lourié, Basil, and Andrei Orlov. The Theophaneia School|