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The Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch

A Historical Overview


In the present volume, Hanna Aydin offers a history of the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch from its beginning to the late twentieth century.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-229-9
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Feb 11,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 7 x 10
Page Count: 195
Languages: German
ISBN: 978-1-61143-229-9
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Because the history of the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch diverged from the Greek and Latin traditions, little is known of this ancient sect of Christianity among Western Christians. This lack of knowledge is likely the result of the omission of the non-Chalcedonian traditions from works of Church History in the Western tradition. In an attempt to rectify this lack of knowledge of the Syrian Orthodox tradition, Hanna Aydin offers here a history of the Syrian Orthodox Church from its beginning to the present day. Aydin begins this historical overview with the Christian mission to Edessa, the home of the Syriac tradition, and the Syrian Christians under the Roman Empire and concludes with the ecumenical movement of the twentieth century. On several occasions, Aydin provides the texts of of key documents mentioned in the survey.

Because the history of the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch diverged from the Greek and Latin traditions, little is known of this ancient sect of Christianity among Western Christians. This lack of knowledge is likely the result of the omission of the non-Chalcedonian traditions from works of Church History in the Western tradition. In an attempt to rectify this lack of knowledge of the Syrian Orthodox tradition, Hanna Aydin offers here a history of the Syrian Orthodox Church from its beginning to the present day. Aydin begins this historical overview with the Christian mission to Edessa, the home of the Syriac tradition, and the Syrian Christians under the Roman Empire and concludes with the ecumenical movement of the twentieth century. On several occasions, Aydin provides the texts of of key documents mentioned in the survey.

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  • Inhaltsverzeichnis (page 5)
  • VORWORT (page 7)
  • EINLEITUNG (page 8)
  • DIE GRUNDUNG DER SYRISCHEN KIRCHE (page 10)
  • STADT UND STAAT EDESSA (URHOI) (page 18)
  • Nisibis (page 23)
  • Die Syrer unter Romern, Persern und Byzantinern (page 25)
  • Die syrischen Kaiser zu Rom (page 28)
  • Perser (page 32)
  • Die Ostsyrer (Die Nestorianer) (page 34)
  • Exkurs (page 38)
  • Byzantiner (page 42)
  • Die Syrer unter dem Islam (page 48)
  • KUCUK COCUKLAR ILK KONUSMAYA BASLAYINCA SURYANICEDEN BAZI KELIMELERI KULLANIRLAR (page 62)
  • Bericht vom A. Mez (page 74)
  • Die Syrer unter den Turken (page 97)
  • Die Doefbewohner Binebils waren 9 Jahre Iang evangelisch (page 106)
  • MIKSI GELLO KARA (page 110)
  • Mein GroBvater erzahlte mir (page 115)
  • Nasro Can - Paderborn (page 119)
  • Melke Cengir, Geb. 1.1.1932 in Bote-Midyat (page 123)
  • Das christliche Dorf Bakisyan (page 127)
  • IST TUR - ABDIN AM STERBEN ? (page 136)
  • ZUR HEUTIGEN SITUATION DER SYRISCHEN KIRCHE (page 139)
  • BEMUHUNGEN UM DIE OKUMENE (page 141)
  • Die Verlaubarungen mit der katholischen kirche nache 'Acta Apostolica sedis (page 142)
  • Vatican (page 167)
  • Vatican (page 169)
  • ,,Kraft der bruderlichen Liebe' (page 171)
  • Dera kira menastirinin hakkinda Adalet vekaletinden alinan cevep Siirt C. Muddeimuilligine (page 177)
  • Siirt ili ve Suryaniler (page 178)
  • LITERATURVERZEICHNIS (page 182)