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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): 978-1-61143-638-9
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: The Harp 2
Publication Date: May 27,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 139
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61143-638-9
$121.00
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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 contains: “The Syrian Heritage and the Mar Thoma Church” by Alexander Mar Thoma, “Kottayam: The Ancient Seat of Syriac Learning and Syriac Teaching” by T. J. Joshua, “Meaning of Baptismal Anontings According to the West Syrian Liturgical Texts” by Baby Varghese, “St. Thomas in India according to Jacob of Sarug” by Geevarghese Panicker, “The Concept of ‘Becoming’ in the Christology of Philoxenos of Mabbug” by M. A. Matthai, “An Epiphany Hymn on the Church as the Bride of Christ” 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 contains: “The Syrian Heritage and the Mar Thoma Church” by Alexander Mar Thoma, “Kottayam: The Ancient Seat of Syriac Learning and Syriac Teaching” by T. J. Joshua, “Meaning of Baptismal Anontings According to the West Syrian Liturgical Texts” by Baby Varghese, “St. Thomas in India according to Jacob of Sarug” by Geevarghese Panicker, “The Concept of ‘Becoming’ in the Christology of Philoxenos of Mabbug” by M. A. Matthai, “An Epiphany Hymn on the Church as the Bride of Christ” by S. P. Brock, and other articles and book reviews dealing with various issues of Syriac and Eastern Christianity.

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V. C. Samuel

Geevarghese Panicker

Rev. Jacob Thekeparampil

  • Copyright Page (page 4)
  • THE HARP (page 5)
  • Editorial (page 7)
  • The "Syrians" who ignore and devalue their own heritage (page 9)
  • The Syrian heritage and the Mar Thoma Church (page 11)
  • Syrian Christians of India and the Syriac Language (page 13)
  • CAN YOU COUNT AND VERIFY? (page 16)
  • Christianity in India is as old as Christianity itself (page 17)
  • THE NAMES OF "QURBONO" (page 18)
  • I am a person who is in love with Syriac (page 19)
  • Kottayam: the Ancient Seat of Syriac Learning and Syriac Teaching (page 21)
  • Meaning of Baptismal Anointings According to the West Syrian Liturgical Texts (page 23)
  • The Typology of Mary in Shimo The Weekly Divine Office of the Malankara Church (page 33)
  • Typology of Mary in S'himo - Analysis of references (page 43)
  • Catechism of Dr. Joseph Kariatti (page 47)
  • The Altar (page 50)
  • The Syrian Heritage of the Mar Thoma Syrian Church (page 51)
  • Objectivity in Historical Studies (page 57)
  • Symbolism of Incense (page 60)
  • St. Thomas in India According to jacob of Sarug (page 61)
  • Studies on the Ordination Liturgy of the "Holy Church of the Syrian of Antioch" (page 67)
  • Significance of the baptismal font (page 72)
  • The Concept of 'becoming' in the Christology of Philoxenos of Mabbug (page 73)
  • The Deacons (page 80)
  • The Power of the Indian Archdeacon (page 81)
  • Necessity of Rediscovery the Significance of Syriac Spirituality (page 89)
  • The Syrian Church as the bearer of the ancient Semitic Heritage (page 93)
  • Syrian Heritage Part of the Culture of India (page 101)
  • The Love of St. Thomas Christians for Syriac and ITS After Effects in Malayalam Literature (page 105)
  • SYRIAC WORDS IN MALAYALAM (page 108)
  • Evaluation of the Syriac Conference (page 111)
  • Evaluation of the Conference (page 115)
  • THE HARP (page 118)
  • Editorial (page 119)
  • An Epiphany Hymn on the Church as the Bride of Christ (page 121)
  • St.James' Liturgy: A Brief History of the Text (page 131)
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