Symbolae Ecclesiasticae Bulgaricae

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Last month, the Festschrift published on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of Professor Hans-Dieter Döpmann. Editor of the book are Prof. Helmut Schaller (Marburg) and Professor R. Zlatanova (Heidelberg). The book is entitled:

Symbolae Ecclesiasticae Bulgaricae. Lectures on the occasion of the 80th birthday of Hans-Dieter Döpmann.

It includes an article in German language, discusses the state-canonical problem in Bulgaria:

HP Berov, Bulgarian legal relations between church and state, according to the teaching of Stefan Cankov – in: H. Schaler / R. Zlatanova Symbolae Ecclesiasticae Bulgaricae (eds.). Lectures on the occasion of the 80th birthday of Hans-Dieter Döpmann, Otto Sagner Verlag Munich-Berlin 2011, pp 46- 60th

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Symbolae Ecclesiasticae Bulgaricae

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Last month, the Festschrift published on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of Professor Hans-Dieter Döpmann. Editor of the book are Prof. Helmut Schaller (Marburg) and Professor R. Zlatanova (Heidelberg). The book is entitled:

Symbolae Ecclesiasticae Bulgaricae. Lectures on the occasion of the 80th birthday of Hans-Dieter Döpmann.

It includes an article in German language, discusses the state-canonical problem in Bulgaria:

HP Berov, Bulgarian legal relations between church and state, according to the teaching of Stefan Cankov – in: H. Schaler / R. Zlatanova Symbolae Ecclesiasticae Bulgaricae (eds.). Lectures on the occasion of the 80th birthday of Hans-Dieter Döpmann, Otto Sagner Verlag Munich-Berlin 2011, pp 46- 60th

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