The Divine Life, Light, and Love – Festschrift in Honour of Petro B.T. Bilaniuk

Renate Pillinger (Editor), Erich Renhard (Editor)


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Euntes in mundum universum

by Renate Pillinger (Editor), Erich Renhard (Editor)

Table of Contents
Letter from Bartholomaios, Patriarch of Constantinople
Chapter 1 Life and Work of Petro Bilaniuk
Chapter 2 An Introduction to Petro Bilaniuk’s Theological Work
Chapter 3 The Priestly Lineage of Mary and Jesus Reconsidered
Chapter 4 Feuererscheinung (Pyrophanie) als Zeichen göttlicher Kraft in German
Chapter 5 “… loquere, ait, Evangelium, loquere” Zu einer έτοιμασια του Θρονου aus der frühen Kirche in Persien in German
Chapter 6 The Preparation of the Greco-Roman World for Christianity
Chapter 7 Reliquienverehrung und Reliquienerwerbung im 9. Jahrhundert in German
Chapter 8 Златният век на старобългарската църковна литература in Bulgarian
Chapter 12 Word and Sacrament in Chinese
Chapter 13 A teljesség realitasa Krisztus Pantokrátorban in Hungarian
Chapter 14 Modernity and Change Amongst Eastern European Jewry, 19th cent. in Hebrew
Chapter 15 The Liturgical Heritage of the St. Thomas Christians of India in Malayalam
Chapter 20 The Attitude of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church Towards Women
Chapter 21 Reconstruction of the Ideal of Educated Person for the New Era in Korean

This festschrift in honour of Petro B.T. Bilaniuk (1932-1998), a widely respected Ukrainian Catholic theologian and clergyman, consists of twenty-four essays covering Bilaniuk’s biography and work in antiquity, medieval times, modern period, supplemented with documentation.

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Language: English, German, Ukrainian, Chinese, Korean, Modern Hebrew, Malayalam, Bulgarian
Hardcover: 344 pages, illus
Publisher: Andreas Schnider Verlags-Atelier (1992)
Printed in Austria
Cover picture: Taras Yuri Snihurowycz, The Apostels (1983), Acrylic and gold leaf on board
ISBN: 3900993238

Available for a discount with the Petro Bilaniuk Collection.

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English, German, Ukrainian, Chinese, Korean, Modern Hebrew, Malayalam, Bulgarian



Page Count

344 pages, illus