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Sophia, Sapientia Sacra. Icon Ucrainianum (Kyiv), 1812.
Exterior pars templi Hagiae Sophiae, 2004.

Sophia (Graece σοφία 'sapientia') est prima notio in philosophia et religione Hellenica, Platonismo, Gnosticismo, Christianitate Orthodoxa, Christianitate esoterica, et mysticismo Christiano. Sophiologia est studium philosophicum quod sapientiam, et studium theologicum quod sapientiam dei biblici, tractat.

Sophia ut dea sapientiae a Gnosticis, nonnullis gregibus Neopaganis Aetatis Novae, et adsectatoribus spiritualitatis deae a feminismo motis colitur. In Christianitate Orthodoxa et Romana Catholica, Sophia, vel potius hagia sophia (Graece, 'sapientia sacra'), est expressio secundae Trinitatis Sanctae personae intellectae, ut in dedicatione templi Hagia Sophia Constantinopoli siti, et in Testamento Vetere, ut in Liber Proverbiorum 9:1 dicitur, sed non angelus vel dea.

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  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Sanctam Sophiam spectant (Saint Sophia, Sophia (wisdom)).
  • Hunt, Priscilla. 2000. The Novgorod Sophia Icon and "The Problem of Old Russian Culture" between Orthodoxy and Sophiology. Symposion: A Journal of Russian Thought 4–5:1–41.
  • Hunt, Priscilla. 2006. Andrei Rublev’s Old Testament Trinity Icon in Cultural Context. In The Trinity-Sergius Lavr in Russian History and Culture: Readings in Russian Religious Culture, vol. 3, ed. Deacon Vladimir Tsurikov, 99–122. Jordanville Novi Eboraci: Holy Trinity Seminary Press.
  • Hunt, Priscilla. 2007. Confronting the End: The Interpretation of the Last Judgment in a Novgorod Wisdom Icon. Byzantino-Slavica 65:275–325.
  • Hunt, Priscilla. 2008. The Wisdom Iconography of Light: The Genesis, Meaning and Iconographic Realization of a Symbol. "Spor o Sofii" v Khristianskoi Kul’ture, ed. V. L. Ianin et A. E. Musin. Novgorodskii Gos. Universitet.
  • Matthews, Caitlin. 1991. Sophia: Goddess of Wisdom. Londinii: Mandala. ISBN 0044405901.
  • Meehan, Brenda. 1996. Wisdom/Sophia, Russian identity, and Western Feminist Theology. Cross Currents 46(2):149–168.
  • Perdue, Leo G. 2007. Wisdom Literature: A Theological History. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press. ISBN 9780664229191.
  • Schipflinger, Thomas. 1988, 1998. Sophia-Maria. York Beach Cenomannicae: Samuel Wiser. ISBN 1578630223.
  • Versluis, Arthur. 1994. Theosophia: Hidden Dimensions of Christianity. Hudson Novi Eboraci: Lindisfarne Press. ISBN 0940262649.
  • Versluis, Arthur. 1999. Wisdom’s Children: A Christian Esoteric Tradition. Albaniae Novi Eboraci: SUNY Press. ISBN 0791443302.
  • Versluis, Arthur, ed. 2000. Wisdom’s Book: The Sophia Anthology. St. Paul Minnesotae: Paragon House. ISBN 1557787832.

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