Radovan Bigovic, Sluzbeni glasnik,Belgrade, 2010, p. 186.
Within a library of Science, as a part of Philosophical-theological edition, Sluzbeni glasnik prepared a collection of twenty articles of Professor of the Faculty of the Orthodox Theology in Belgrade protopresbyter-staurophor Dr. Radovan Bigovic. Besides articles, the book consists of also unique reference list, as well as indexes of terms and personalities.
Source: magazine Pravoslavlje (Orthodoxy), V. Milicevic
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