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There is no such thing as Just War By Hadrian Mâr Élijah Bar Israël
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The concept of Just War was created in the western church only as a result of the Hellenization of the church and is not authentic to ancient Christianity.
Eidutha - Vol. 1, Issue 1, Summer 2014 By Hadrian Mâr Élijah Bar Israël
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The Eidutha Journal of Aramaic and Ancient Christian Studies is committed to give modern people expemplary access to the most ancient teachings of the Church, so that people the world over may... More > benefit from the knowledge, traditions and ideas of the apostolic era, in our own time.< Less
MAWBRO - Morning Prayer By Hadrian Mar Élijah Bar Israël
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This Service of Morning Prayer (“Mawbro” in Aramaic) has been translated from the ancient Aramaic and Malayalam source texts in use in the Churches in India and the Middle East. It is... More > being presented here, complete with English renderings of the ancient Quklions (Songs of Praise), which taken together are a significant representation of the common heritage of all Christian worship, no matter from what culture or time period.< Less
Encyclopedia of Gods and Goddesses of Mesopotamia Phoenicia, Ugarit, Canaan, Carthage, and the Ancient Middle East. V.II By Maximillien De Lafayette
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Encyclopedia of Gods and Goddesses of Mesopotamia Phoenicia, Ugarit, Canaan, Carthage, and the Ancient Middle East. Volume II: “I-Z” (Igigi-Zerpanitum) from a set of two volumes.... More > Published by Times Square Press. New York and Berlin. This encyclopedia lists and defines approximately 125 gods and goddesses, and includes translations of Akkadian, Sumerian, Chaldean, and Assyrian texts and tablets by a noted scholar and one of the world’s most distinguished linguists, who authored more than 20 encyclopedic dictionaries and 3 encyclopedias on the languages, culture, religion, and history of the ancient Middle East, and Near East. The encyclopedia is highly recommended to universities’ professors who teach those fields, as well as to all those who are interested in the culture, religions and civilizations of the ancient world.< Less
Encyclopedia of Gods and Goddesses of Mesopotamia Phoenicia, Ugarit, Canaan, Carthage, and the Ancient Middle East. Vol.I By Maximillien De Lafayette
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Encyclopedia of Gods and Goddesses of Mesopotamia Phoenicia, Ugarit, Canaan, Carthage, and the Ancient Middle East. Volume I: “A-H” (Aa-Husbishag) from a set of two volumes. Published by... More > Times Square Press. New York and Berlin. This encyclopedia lists and defines approximately 125 gods and goddesses, and includes translations of Akkadian, Sumerian, Chaldean, and Assyrian texts and tablets by a noted scholar and one of the world’s most distinguished linguists, who authored more than 20 encyclopedic dictionaries and 3 encyclopedias on the languages, culture, religions, and history of the ancient Middle East, and Near East. The encyclopedia is highly recommended to universities’ professors who teach those fields, as well as to all those who are interested in the culture, religions and civilizations of the ancient world, and Anunnaki’s enthusiasts.< Less
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December 25 Jewish-Style: The Ancient Jewish Celebration Anticipating the Birth of Christ By Phillip Kayser
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Our family has thoroughly enjoyed celebrating the birth of Jesus “Hanukkah style.” They are days of celebration, feasting and gift giving. They are days in which we rethink covenant... More > history. They are days of tangible connection with the Jewish roots of Jesus. They help to put us into the mindset of faithful Jews like Simeon who were “waiting for the Consolation of Israel” (Luke 2:25), and of Paul who loved celebrating Jewish festivals in a New Covenant context(Acts18:21;20:16;1Cor. 16:8; etc). They are days in which we attempt to leave the glamour and glitz of modern Christmas celebration and attempt to reenter the poor stable where Jesus was born. In short, this book explains how we celebrate December 25 in ancient Jewish style.< Less
What is the Proper Spelling of the Word Nazarani? By Hadrian Mâr Élijah Bar Israël & Chabril Bar Yaqoub
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The word Nazarani is an Aramaic plural word meaning literally “branches”. It is closely related to the Hebrew word Netser (נצר), but the Hebrew tsade is vocalized in... More > Aramaic (but not in Syriac) as a zayin. The word Nazarani is also used in modern Arabic and Hebrew to describe all Christians; however in it’s original Aramaic form it specifically referred to those Christians who resisted the Hellenization of the Church and instead followed the ancient Christian path which was laid out by Jesus and His Holy Disciples. To express “the people of the branch” as an adjective one could say nazranayin.< Less
World History: Cultures, States, and Societies to 1500 By Eugene Berger et al.
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World History: Cultures, States, and Societies to 1500 offers a comprehensive introduction to the history of humankind from prehistory to 1500. Authored by six USG faculty members with advance... More > degrees in History, this textbook offers up-to-date original scholarship. It covers such cultures, states, and societies as Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Israel, Dynastic Egypt, India’s Classical Age, the Dynasties of China, Archaic Greece, the Roman Empire, Islam, Medieval Africa, the Americas, and the Khanates of Central Asia. Download for free: https://oer.galileo.usg.edu/history-textbooks/2/< Less
A Source Book for Ancient Church History: The Early Christian Church, its Origins, Theology and Growth from the Apostolic Age to the Rise of Islam (1st to 8th Centuries) By Joseph Cullen Ayer
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This thorough, well-sourced history of the early Christian church follows its origins in the Apostolic Age, through its growth during and after the collapse of the Roman Empire. The author treats... More > the death of Christ as the starting point for his examination of Christianity's initial rise to prominence via the work of the apostles. Originally commanding only a small following in what is today Israel and its immediate surroundings, the movement grew rapidly despite being banned as heresy by the Roman authorities. Through disparate and spread over a wide area, early Christians were organized; the teachings of Jesus were spread by devoted, literate believers who commonly held copies of the New Testament and other lore. Great milestones in the history of Christianity, such as the Emperor Constantine's adoption of the faith, as well as the conflicts between different groups of believers, are examined. The emergence of the Catholic church, and the formal papal office of the Bishop of Rome, is detailed.< Less

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