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'''Sophianism''' (from Greek Σοφια "wisdom") in Russian  София is a heresy which has been condemned by the Russian Orthodox Church.  Sophianism has roots in Wisdom Theology, nineteenth and twentieth century Russian Theology, preeminently [[Sergius Bulgakov]] through the influence of [[w:Vladimir Solovyov (philosopher)|Vladimir Solovyov]], and contemporary feminism. Russian Orthodox Priest [[Georges Florovsky]] and Orthodox theologian Vladimir Lossky opposed the interjection of the deity Sophia. [[w:Vladimir Lossky|Vladimir Lossky]] stated that it was a misguided  uniting together of the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary into a single deity or hypostasis of God.
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'''Sophianism''' (from Greek Σοφια "wisdom") is a heresy which has been condemned by the Russian Orthodox Church.  Sophianism has roots in Wisdom Theology, nineteenth and twentieth century Russian Theology, preeminently [[Sergius Bulgakov]] through the influence of [[w:Vladimir Solovyov (philosopher)|Vladimir Solovyov]], and contemporary feminism. Russian Orthodox Priest [[Georges Florovsky]] and Orthodox theologian Vladimir Lossky opposed the interjection of the deity Sophia. [[w:Vladimir Lossky|Vladimir Lossky]] stated that it was a misguided  uniting together of the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary into a single deity or hypostasis of God.
  
 
==Bibliography==
 
==Bibliography==

Revision as of 20:22, December 13, 2007

Sophianism (from Greek Σοφια "wisdom") is a heresy which has been condemned by the Russian Orthodox Church. Sophianism has roots in Wisdom Theology, nineteenth and twentieth century Russian Theology, preeminently Sergius Bulgakov through the influence of Vladimir Solovyov, and contemporary feminism. Russian Orthodox Priest Georges Florovsky and Orthodox theologian Vladimir Lossky opposed the interjection of the deity Sophia. Vladimir Lossky stated that it was a misguided uniting together of the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary into a single deity or hypostasis of God.

Bibliography

  • Sergei Bulgakov, Sophia, the Wisdom of God: An Outline of Sophiology (Library of Russian Philosophy), Lindisfarne Books, 1993. (ISBN-10: 0940262606, ISBN-13: 978-0940262607)
  • Vladimir Lossky The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church, SVS Press, 1997. (ISBN 0-913836-31-1) James Clarke & Co Ltd, 1991. (ISBN 0-227-67919-9)
  • Oleg A. Donskikh, ‘Cultural roots of Russian Sophiology’, Sophia, 34(2), 1995, pp38-57
  • Brenda Meehan, ‘Wisdom/Sophia, Russian identity, and Western feminist theology’, Cross Currents, 46(2), 1996, pp149-168
  • Thomas Schipflinger, Sophia-Maria (in German: 1988; English translation: York Beach, ME: Samuel Wiser, 1998) ISBN 1578630223
  • Mikhail Sergeev, Sophiology in Russian Orthodoxy: Solov’ev, Bulgakov, Losskii, Berdiaev (Edwin Mellen Press, 2007) ISBN 0773456090 and ISBN 9780773456099, 248 pages

See also

Wikipedia: Sophiology

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