Sergii Bulgakov was one of the most influential Russian thinkers in the "Silver Age" of Russian intellectual life in the decade and a half before the Revolution. This book offers a representative selection and engagement with the books and essays of his formative years. In this way, Williams brings to our attention a figure who continues to be influential in dissident movements, establishing a major point of reference for those seeking a radical or Christian alternative to state socialism and the free market.
"an unusual and remarkable book the elegance of Williams's writing matches the insight and clarity of his presentation of Bulgakov's thought: it is a most remarkable book." Irish Theological Quarterly, "The book's success is evident in what is perhaps the highest achievement to which a collection of excerpts may aspire: it creates in the reader a desire to read more Bulgakov." The Heythrop Journal July 2002