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Monks Of Mount Izla

Author : Dale A. Johnson
ISBN : 9781411619494
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Origins of Christian monasticism East of the Euphrates from the 4th to 6th centuries from Aramaic hagiogrpahical sources.
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The Church In Iraq

Author : Fernando Filoni
ISBN : 9780813229652
Genre : Religion
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The persecution of the church in Iraq is one of the great tragedies of the twenty-first century. In this short, yet sweeping account, Cardinal Filoni, the former Papal Nuncio to Iraq, shows us the people and the faith in the land of Abraham and Babylon, a region that has been home to Persians, Parthians, Byzantines, Mongols, Ottomans, and more. This is the compelling and rich history of the Christian communities in a land that was once the frontier between Rome and Persia, for centuries the crossroads of East and West for armies of invaders and merchants, and the cradle of all human civilization. Its unique cultural legacy has, in the past few years, been all but obliterated. The Church in Iraq is both a diligent record and loving testimonial to a community that is struggling desperately to exist. Filoni guides the reader through almost two thousand years of history, telling the story of a people who trace their faith back to the Apostle Thomas. The diversity of peoples and churches is brought deftly into focus through the lens of their interactions with the papacy, but The Church in Iraq does not shy away from discussing the local political, ethnic, and theological tensions that have resulted in centuries of communion and schism. Never losing his focus on the people to whom this book is so clearly dedicated, Cardinal Filoni has produced a personal and engaging history of the relationship between Rome and the Eastern Churches. This book has much to teach its reader about the church in the near East. Perhaps its most brutal lesson is the ease with which such a depth of history and culture can be wiped away in a few short decades.
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Forty Days On The Holy Mountain

Author : Dale Albert Johnson
ISBN : 9781329631243
Genre : History
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This book is about a Holy Mountain, holy to indigenous Christians of the Middle East and the Orient who still use the language of Jesus. It is about monks who once lived on this mountain and pioneered the Silk Road, it is about a modern mission to counter the crisis in Iraq, Syria and Turkey that is terrorizing this religious minority.
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Encyclopedia Of Monasticism

Author : William M. Johnston
ISBN : 9781136787164
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First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Foundations Of Power And Conflicts Of Authority In Late Antique Monasticism

Author : Alberto Camplani
ISBN : 9042918322
Genre : History
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The volume offers the acts of a meeting held at the University of Turin on the foundations of power and the conflicts of authority as documented by the monastic sources of East and West in Late Antiquity, with special reference to Max Weber's analysis of these notions. The issue is here examined from a variety of perspectives: the different meanings of power and authority in ancient monastic sources; the criteria by which authority is established within the monastic organizations; the kind of power and authority exercised towards outsiders; the relationship between monks and other authorities, especially the Church; the monks and their economic activity; the strategies for the solution of conflicts. The wide range of historical and cultural problems raised by these questions is what the present volume tries to illuminate through individual studies of a number of specific phenomena, events, and figures (from Shenute to John Cassian, from Abraham of Kashkar to Maxim the Confessor), paying particular attention to monasticism in Egypt, Palestine, Africa, and Persia.
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Tracts On The Mountain Of The Servants

Author : Dale A. Johnson
ISBN : 9781435739918
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This is a collection of translations and essays on a region known for a small and often forgotten Christian community that has preserved the language of Jesus since the time of Christ. Their living institutions are expressed in monuments of stone, manuscripts, and a spoken dialect of Aramaic called Syriac. These stories about monasteries and saints are a witness to a civilization of Christians who should never be forgotten.
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The Greek And Eastern Churches

Author : Walter Frederic Adeney
ISBN : UOM:39015002838459
Genre : Church history
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Byzantinische Forschungen

Author : Lynda Garland
ISBN : 9025606199
Genre : Byzantine Empire
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Internationale Zeitschrift für Byzantinistik.
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Encyclopedia Of The Early Church

Author : Berardino Di
ISBN : UOM:49015002844695
Genre : Religion
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The Encyclopedia of the Early Church is a two-volume reference work providing concise and precise information on all topics concerning the first eight centuries of Christianity. Valuable to historians, archaeologists, philosophers, and philologists as well as theologians, this work extends the knowledge of how Christianity evolved to become the most important influence in the history of Western civilization. Tracing the growth of the church from its tiny beginnings in an upper room to its dominance of Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa in the eighth century, scholars from many disciplines produced articles ranging from a few sentences to ten thousand words on all the major and most of the minor people, works, ideas, and issues of the formative period of Christianity. The first major encyclopedia to cover the life, thought, and growth of Christianity, this work offers full treatment of doctrines, creeds, and heresies, of iconography and art history, of archaeology and geography, and of monasticism and asceticism.
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica

Author : Thomas Spencer Baynes
ISBN : UOM:39015074201883
Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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