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Bulgakov

(Russian bʊlˈɡakəf)
n
(Biography) Mikhail Afanaseyev (ʌfʌˈnasjef). 1891–1940, Soviet novelist, dramatist, and short-story writer; his novels include The Master and Margerita (1966–67)
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General of the Army Dmitry Bulgakov granted the Institute the Certificate of Appreciation signed by the President of the Russian Federation.
of Strasbourg and the growing acceptance of female lay and ordained pastors in the church of Alsace; how she formed an ecumenical resistance circle during World War II; the roots of her work in the Russian spiritual tradition, namely the influence of Alexander Bukharev and Sergius Bulgakov, as well as BulgakovAEs influence on Celia Deane-Drummond; Behr-SigelAEs holistic, ecumenical vision of the church; her use of the patristic tradition; her writings on the ordination of women; her spirituality in practice; and her hagiographical studies.
That Zivkovic can probe so substantial a theme in such lighthearted works is one measure of his art, the best of which ranks with those of Mikhail Bulgakov, Italo Calvino, and Stanislaw Lem.
Brandon Gallaher, who himself joined the Orthodox Church as an adult, seeks in this book to offer a gift to Christians committed to ecumenism by setting the insights of three great classic 20th-century theologians alongside each other: Sergii Bulgakov (Eastern Orthodox); Karl Barth (Reformed/Protestant); and Hans Urs von Balthasar (Roman Catholic).
Then, like a devil out of Bulgakov, Netanyahu, a Middle East Mephistopheles, appeared on the scene, and, with his dark tricks, poisoned hearts and minds, turning Israelis from a gaggle of glowing Labor-voters to a rabble of benighted boobs, always reaching for their pitchforks and always thirsty for blood.
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- A military unit will be stationed in the Russian Arctic village of Anderma on the Kara Sea by 2020, Russian Deputy Defense Minister Army General Dmitry Bulgakov said Friday.
IT IS 1910 Russia and Valentin Bulgakov, the new private secretary to Leo Tolstoy, arrives at the writer's estate - the battleground for a public war in The Last Station (BBC2, tonight, 11pm).
IT IS 1910 Russia a Bulgakov, the new secretary to Leo Tolstoy, arrives at twriter's estate - thbattleground for a public war in The LStation (BBC2, ton 11pm).
also highlights areas of concern, such as the highly gendered theologies of Sergei Bulgakov (1871-1944) and Pavel Evdokimov (1901-1970), whose positive aspirations in this arena may not have been adequately realized.
Schlogel opens the text, moreover, with a long, interpretive re-capitulation of the midnight flight of Margarita from the iconic novel of Stalinist Moscow by Mikhail Bulgakov, The Master and Margarita.
Two Soviet playwrights anchor this case study in how internal transnationalism functioned: Mikhail Bulgakov (1891-1940) and Mykola Kulish (1892-1937).
Set in Moscow in 1938 the plot revolves around writer Mikhail Bulgakov, who is living among dissidents and stalked by the secret police.