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In this book, the Rev. William Ainger Wigram, head of the Mission of the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Assyrian Church, gives an introduction to the history of the ancient church, covering its Christology.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 1-59333-103-7
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Aug 25,2004
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 324
ISBN: 1-59333-103-7
$163.00
$97.80

The Assyrian Church of the East (often misnamed as the "Nestorian" Church) is one of the most ancient churches of Christendom. In this book, reprinted from the 1910 edition, the Rev. William Ainger Wigram, then head of the Mission of the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Assyrian Church, gives an introduction to the history of the ancient church, covering its Christology.

The Assyrian Church of the East (often misnamed as the "Nestorian" Church) is one of the most ancient churches of Christendom. In this book, reprinted from the 1910 edition, the Rev. William Ainger Wigram, then head of the Mission of the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Assyrian Church, gives an introduction to the history of the ancient church, covering its Christology.

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W. A. Wigram

  • Preface
  • The Sassanid Empire
  • The Church under Arsacid Kings
  • The Episcopate of Papa
  • The Great Persecution of Sapor II
  • Reorganization of the Church
  • Council of Mar Isaac
  • The Councils of Yahb - Alaha and Dad-Ishu
  • Patriarchate of Dad-Ishu - Persecution of Yezdegerd II
  • Bar-Soma and Acacius
  • Disorder and Reform - Patriarchates of Babai, Silas, Mar Aba
  • Patriarchate of Joseph, Ezekiel, Ishu-Yahb, Sabr-Ishu
  • The State of the Church in the Sixth Century
  • The Vacancy in the Patriarchate - Struggle with Monophysitism, 608-628
  • Official Christology of the Assyrian Church
  • Last Efforts at Reconciliation - Ishu-Yahb and Sahdona
  • Synchronistic Table