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God as Love: The Concept and Spiritual Aspects of Agape in Modern Russian Thought
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God as Love: The Concept and Spiritual Aspects of Agape in Modern Russian Thought

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Eerdmans 2014

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Overview

Nineteenth-century Russian religious intellectuals devoted a great deal of attention to the concept of agape, or divine love, arguing that the Christian church is a reflection of the triune, self-sacrificing God and his love for all of creation. In God as Love, Johannes Oravecz presents a comprehensive summation of 25 prominent Russian thinkers and their thought on the concept of agape, showing in detail how they broke new ground in their various affirmations of the truth that God is love.

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Contents

  • The Development and Principal Characteristics of Russian Religious Thought in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
  • The Theme of Love in the Manuals of the Nineteenth-Century Academic Theology
  • The Birth of Lay and Ecclesial Modern Theology
  • The Concept of Love with the Two Founders of Russian Religious Philosophy: N. F. Fedorov and V. S. Solov’ev
  • The Moralist School of Theology
  • The Mystical-Wisdom Stream of Theology
  • To Ponder and to Pronounce Love in Exile: Between Philosophy and Poetry
  • The Theology of Love in the Perspective of Return to the Fathers: The Neopatristic School of the Twentieth Century

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About Johannes M. Oravecz

Johannes M. Oravecz serves in the Diocese of Pittsburgh as a parochial vicar at St. Thomas More Church in Bethel Park.