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The Eastern Churches Trilogy: The Uniate Eastern Churches


Edited by George D. Smith


Part of a classic trilogy on Oriental Christianity that had a ground-breaking effect in bringing an awareness of the broader Christian world to Westerners. It remains the most readable and authoritative source on the churches to the east of Rome. This volume is on the Uniate Eastern Churches.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 0-9715986-3-0
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Jan 1,2001
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 276
ISBN: 0-9715986-3-0
$96.00
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"Fortesque's trilogy on the eastern churches are classics in the library of books in English on Oriental Christianity. At the time of their publication they had a ground- breaking effect in bringing an awareness of the broader Christian world to westerners. To this day they remain among the most readable and authoritative sources of information about the churches to the east of Rome." - Sidney Griffith, The Catholic University of America

"Fortesque's trilogy on the eastern churches are classics in the library of books in English on Oriental Christianity. At the time of their publication they had a ground- breaking effect in bringing an awareness of the broader Christian world to westerners. To this day they remain among the most readable and authoritative sources of information about the churches to the east of Rome." - Sidney Griffith, The Catholic University of America

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Adrian Fortescue

  • Concerning the Uniate Churches in General
  • The Byzantine Uniates
  • Existing Byzantine Institutions in Italy
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