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The Harp (Volume 20 Part 1)


Festschrift: Rev. Dr. Jacob Thekeparampil


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): 978-1-61143-654-9
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: The Harp 20.1
Publication Date: Dec 13,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 468
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61143-654-9
$170.20
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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 Part I of a two volume Festschrift for Jacob Thekeparampil and contains: “A Note on Syriac Studies in Japan” by H. Takahashi, “Die Ambivalenz der Präsenz der Russen in Urmia” by M. Tamcke, “Dionysius bar Salibi’s Syriac Polemical Treatise” by R. Ebied, “Paradise-Church and the Kingdom in St. Ephrem’s Hymns on Paradise VI” by T. Kollamparampil, “The Dialogue between the Two Thieves” by S. P. Brock, “The Name of God in Syriac Anaphoras” by M. Lugmayr, “The Syrian Origin of the Divine Condescension” by S. Muto, “Two Syriac Writers from the Reign of Anastasius” by J. W. Watt, “A Short Analysis of the Definition of Chalcedon and Some Reflections” by T. Hainthaler, “Two Syriac Inscriptions Commemorating Maferians,” by A. Harrak, “Reverting the God-Given Order: Sarah and the Mother of the First-Born in Aphrahat’s Demonstrations” by C. Horn, 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 Part I of a two volume Festschrift for Jacob Thekeparampil and contains: “A Note on Syriac Studies in Japan” by H. Takahashi, “Die Ambivalenz der Präsenz der Russen in Urmia” by M. Tamcke, “Dionysius bar Salibi’s Syriac Polemical Treatise” by R. Ebied, “Paradise-Church and the Kingdom in St. Ephrem’s Hymns on Paradise VI” by T. Kollamparampil, “The Dialogue between the Two Thieves” by S. P. Brock, “The Name of God in Syriac Anaphoras” by M. Lugmayr, “The Syrian Origin of the Divine Condescension” by S. Muto, “Two Syriac Writers from the Reign of Anastasius” by J. W. Watt, “A Short Analysis of the Definition of Chalcedon and Some Reflections” by T. Hainthaler, “Two Syriac Inscriptions Commemorating Maferians,” by A. Harrak, “Reverting the God-Given Order: Sarah and the Mother of the First-Born in Aphrahat’s Demonstrations” by C. Horn, and other articles and book reviews dealing with various issues of Syriac and Eastern Christianity.

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  • Contents (page 7)
  • Editorial (page 9)
  • REV. DR. JACOB THEKEPARAMPIL: THE FOUNDER AND THE ARCHITECT OF SEERI (page 11)
  • "GATHERING EARTH'S DAUGHTERS": RECOVERING THE MEANINGS THE MEANINGS OF CLASSICAL SYRIAC WORDS (page 19)
  • A NOTE ON SYRIAC STUDIES IN JAPAN (page 45)
  • A SHORT SERVICE FOR THE DEAD (page 57)
  • CONSTRUIS - MOL UN CHATEAU DANS LE CIEL REMAROUES SUR UN MOTIF DE CONTE, D' AHIQAR A THOMAS1 (page 65)
  • DIE AMBIVALENZ DER PRASENZ DER RUSSEN IN URMIA (page 75)
  • DIONYSIUS BAR SALIBI 'S STRIAC POLEMICAL TREATISES: PREJUDICE AND POLARIZATION TOWARDS CHRISTIANS, JEWS AND MUSLIMS (page 83)
  • HAVE THE FLAMES OF DIAMPER DESTROYED ALL THE OLD MANUSCRIPTS OF THE SAINT THOMAS CHRISTIANS? (page 97)
  • HOC EST CHRISTUM COGNOSCERE... : NEVER ENDING STORY OF NESTORIUS AND A LUTHERAN SUGGESTION. (page 115)
  • PARADISE- CHURCH AND THE KINGDOM IN ST. EPHREM'S HYMNS ON PARADISE VI (page 121)
  • THE AUTONOMOUS MONASTERY (SUI IURIS) AND ITS SUPERIOR ACCORDING TO THE SYRIAC TRADITION AND THE CODE OF CANONS OF THE ORIENTAL CHURCHES (page 131)
  • THE DIALOGUE BETWEEN THE TWO THIEVES (LUKE 23:39- 41) (page 161)
  • THE HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN IRAQ OF THE 20TH AND 21ST CENTURY (page 181)
  • THE MALANKARA CATHOLIC CATHOLICOS AND THE CATHOLICATE (page 205)
  • THE MYSTERY OF THE SON DID NOT JOURNEY WITHOUT THE CHURCH: A STUDY ON JACOB OF SERUGH'S MEMRA OF SERUGH'S MEMRA ON THE VISION OF JACOB AT BETHEL (page 219)
  • THE NAME OF GOD IN SYRIAC ANAPHORAS (page 231)
  • THE SOCIAL OBLIGATION OF PROPERTY (page 245)
  • THE SYRIAN ORIGIN OF THE DIVINE CONDESCENSION AS THE KEY TO BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION (page 259)
  • THE THEOLOGY OF EPISCOPACY (page 273)
  • TWO SYRIAC WRITERS FROM THE REIGN OF ANASTASIUS: (page 285)
  • VATICAN II AND ECUMENISM AFTER FORTY YEARS: WHENCE HAVE WE COME WHERE ARE WE GOING? (page 305)
  • A SHORT ANALYSIS OF THE DEFINITION OF CHALCEDON AND SOME REFLECTIONS (page 327)
  • NARSAI, HOMILIE XI "UBER DIE VATER, DIE LEHRER" (page 343)
  • TWO SYRIAC INSCRIPTIONS COMMEMORATING MAFERIANS (page 359)
  • JACQUES DE JERUSALEM, FIGURE DU NOTAIRE APOSTOLIQUE. QUELQUES NOTES SUR UN PERSONNAGE DE LA DOCTRINE D' ADDAI SYRIAQUE (page 371)
  • REVERTING THE GOD- GIVEN ORDER: SARAH AND THE MOTHER OF THE FIRST- BORN IN APHRAHAT'S DEMONSTRATIONS (page 397)
  • THE CMS MISSIONARIES AND THE MALANKARA CHURCH(1815-1840) (page 409)
  • ICONOGRAPHY OF THE HOLY CROSS IN THE SYRIAC TRADITION (page 457)