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The Harp is the scholarly journal of Syriac, Oriental, and Ecumenical studies published by the St. Ephrem Ecumenical Research Institute (SEERI) in Kottayam, India.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-650-1
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: The Harp 16
Publication Date: May 27,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 380
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61143-650-1
$204.00
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The Harp is the scholarly journal of Syriac, Oriental, and Ecumenical studies published by the St. Ephrem Ecumenical Research Institute (SEERI) in Kottayam, India. The Harp publishes articles and book reviews from scholars of Eastern Christianity from around the world. The present volume is a Festschrift for Geevarghese Panicker and contains: “Religion and Trade: Nestorian Christianity Arrives in T’ang China” by M. Abraham, “Saint Ephrem’s Coptic Friend, Apa Bishoi” by M. Blanchard, “Mother of Sorrows in Christian Tradition” by J. Vellian, “St. Ephraem the Syrian, a Spiritual Teacher for Today” by S. Griffith, “The Assyrian Church of the East in the Twentieth Century” by D. Winkler, “Common Christological Declaration between the Catholic Church and the Assyrian Church of the East” by G. Chediath, “The Recovery of an Old Text: Scribes, Scholars, Collectors and the Rhetoric of Antony of Tagrit” by J. W. Watt, “A Prayer Song by St. Jacob of Serugh Recovered” by S. P. Brock, and other articles and book reviews dealing with various issues of Syriac and Eastern Christianity.

The Harp is the scholarly journal of Syriac, Oriental, and Ecumenical studies published by the St. Ephrem Ecumenical Research Institute (SEERI) in Kottayam, India. The Harp publishes articles and book reviews from scholars of Eastern Christianity from around the world. The present volume is a Festschrift for Geevarghese Panicker and contains: “Religion and Trade: Nestorian Christianity Arrives in T’ang China” by M. Abraham, “Saint Ephrem’s Coptic Friend, Apa Bishoi” by M. Blanchard, “Mother of Sorrows in Christian Tradition” by J. Vellian, “St. Ephraem the Syrian, a Spiritual Teacher for Today” by S. Griffith, “The Assyrian Church of the East in the Twentieth Century” by D. Winkler, “Common Christological Declaration between the Catholic Church and the Assyrian Church of the East” by G. Chediath, “The Recovery of an Old Text: Scribes, Scholars, Collectors and the Rhetoric of Antony of Tagrit” by J. W. Watt, “A Prayer Song by St. Jacob of Serugh Recovered” by S. P. Brock, and other articles and book reviews dealing with various issues of Syriac and Eastern Christianity.

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Geevarghese Panicker

Rev. Jacob Thekeparampil

Abraham Kalakudi

  • Contents (page 7)
  • Editorial (page 9)
  • Rev.Dr.Geevarghese Panicker : The Profile of a Principal (page 11)
  • Geevarghese Panicker - Abun myaqro (page 41)
  • Religion and Trade : Nestorian Christianity arrives in T'ang China (page 45)
  • Saint Ephrem's Coptic Friend, Apa Bishoi (page 53)
  • Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi (page 67)
  • Syriac Music (page 83)
  • Catholic Lebanese Writers Under the French Mandate: The Response to High Arabic Literature Penned Beyond Lebanon (page 95)
  • Mother of Sorrows in Christian Tradition (page 139)
  • The Opportunities and Problems of Liturgical Inculturation (page 147)
  • The Impact of the Synod of Diamper on the Faith and Liturgy of the St.Thomas Christians (page 161)
  • Tantrik Worship and Christian Liturgy (page 169)
  • St.Ephraem the Syrian, a Spiritual Teacher for Today (page 181)
  • The Catholic Syro-Malankara Church Some Reflections on Its Canonical Status Today and Tomorrow (page 205)
  • Problem of the Institution Narrative in the Syro Malabar Qurbana (page 227)
  • A Challenge for Commitment (page 251)
  • The Assyrian Church the East in the Twentieth Century (page 255)
  • Common Christological Declaration between the Catholic Church and the Assyrian Church of the East - An Evaluation1 (page 281)
  • Granite Objects in Kerala Churches (page 289)
  • The Recovery of an Old Text Scribes, Scholars, Collectors and the Rhetoric of Antony of Tagrit (page 295)
  • Celebration of Eucharistic Liturgy according to the East Syriac and West Syriac Traditions (page 307)
  • The Language of Theology and Linguistic Analysis (page 337)
  • Leviticus: Lectionary and Liturgy (page 347)
  • A Prayer Song by St Jacob of Serugh recovered (page 359)
  • Ephrem's Idea of Revelation as Divine Pedagogy (page 365)
  • Malabar in Chinese records of the Sung Dynasty (page 375)
  • From Foundation to Independence. Milestones of the Church of Seleucia-Ctesiphon1 (page 377)
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