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Ktawa D'Turgameh By Assyrian Church of the East
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Liturgical book used in the services of the Assyrian Church of the East. In black and white.
Ktawa D'Turgameh By Assyrian Church of the East
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Liturgical book used in the services of the Assyrian Church of the East. In colour.
Choral Book for the Offering of the Holy Oblation By Assyrian Church of the East
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Liturgical book used by the Church choir for the Offering of the Holy Oblation. In Assyrian.
An Introduction to the History of the Assyrian Church By William A. Wigram
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William A. Wigram (1872-1953) served in the Archbishop of Canterbury's Mission to the Assyrian Christians from 1902 to 1912. Wigram was a loyal friend to the Assyrians and their church and in this... More > book he attempts to provide to his English reading audience a survey of the history of the Assyrian Church down to advent of Islam. Included at the end of this reprint is his short work entitled “The Doctrinal Position of the Assyrian or East Syrian Church” published in 1908. By the means of both books, Wigram hoped to enlighten the English speaking world about the Assyrians and their Church of the East and to challenge the long held assumption that they were guilty of the “Nestorian” heresy. These works helped lay the foundation for a greater understanding and appreciation of the Assyrian Church in the West.< Less
An Introduction to the History of the Assyrian Church By W.A. Wigram
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CONTENTS: Chapter 1: The Sassanid Empire Chapter 2: The Church under Arsacid Kings Chapter 3: The Episcopate of Papa Chapter 4: The Great Persecution of Sapor II Chapter 5: Reorganization of the... More > Church - Council of Mar Isaac Chapter 6: The Councils of Yahb-Alaha and Dad-ishu Chapter 7: Patriarchate of Dad-Ishu - Persecution of Yezdegerd II Chapter 8: Bar-Soma and Acacius Chapter 9: Disorder and Reform - Patriarchates of Babai, Silas and Mar Aba Chapter 10: Patriarchate of Joseph, Ezekiel, Ishu-Yahb and Sabr-Ishu Chapter 11: The State of the Church in the Sixth Century Chapter 12: The Vacancy in the Patriarchate - Struggle with Monophysitism, 606-628 Chapter 13: Official Christology of the Assyrian Church Chapter 14: Last Efforts at Reconciliation - Ishu-Yahb and Sahdona In English.< Less
The Assyrians and their Neighbors By William A. Wigram
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William A. Wigram (1872-1953) served in the Archbishop of Canterbury's Mission to the Assyrian Christians from 1902 to 1912. Following the end of World War I (most of which he spent as a prisoner of... More > the Turks) he served as a Political Officer with the British Mandate in Iraq working among the Assyrians. Throughout his long career, Wigram remained a friend and outspoken champion of the Assyrian people. "The Assyrians and their Neighbors" is a well written survey of the history of the Assyrian Church and Nation down to 1929. It was chiefly written to raise awareness in the west of the Assyians and their plight following the war.< Less
The Flickering Light of Asia or the Assyrian Nation and Church By Joel E. Werda
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The Flickering Light of Asia or the Assyrian Nation and Church was written by the Rev. Joel E. Warda and published by him in 1924. The book is divided into two parts: (1) The Assyrian Nation and the... More > Great World War and (2) Christianity and the Assyrian Nation. This book was written to enlighten English speaking audiences about the history and plight of the Assyrians and to further their claims for a homeland during the peace conferences following WWI. In addition to this book Warda published and edited two periodicals: the “Assyrian American Courier” (Izgedda) in Assyrian and the “New Assyria” in English.< Less
The Indestructible Assyrians: a Photo History of Modern Assyrians By Solomon Solomon
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This book is a history of modern Assyrians in pictures. It includes 140 entries of significant people, places and events going back to the 19th century. While some are more significant than others,... More > they are all interesting. Assyrian history does not exist in a nutshell. It is part of the history of other nations and that is why non-Assyrian items are included. The modern day Assyrians are the heirs to the legacy of a great ancient empire. As Christians, they carried on the greatest missionary enterprise in world history. During WWI many Assyrians perished in the genocide organized by the Ottoman Empire and most of the survivors were scattered from their homelands. But despite all the hardships Assyrians have endured, they still uphold their customs and traditions and speak their native language. They are truly indestructible. The main object in compiling this book is to preserve a knowledge of places, peoples and events from the not too distant past for the benefit of future generations of Assyrians.< Less
Assyrian Mission Quarterly Paper - Volume II By Assyrian Mission
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The Quarterly Paper of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Mission to the Assyrian Christians began publication in October 1890 and ceased with number 99 in April 1915. The original purpose was to inform... More > and attract supporters of the mission in the west. Along with detailed accounts of mission activities, the papers are full of interesting descriptions of the life and customs of the Assyrians of the time. Volume II contains numbers 26 through 50 (January 1897 - January 1903).< Less
Assyrian Mission Quarterly Paper - Volume III By Assyrian Mission
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The Quarterly Paper of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Mission to the Assyrian Christians began publication in October 1890 and ceased with number 99 in April 1915. The original purpose was to inform... More > and attract supporters of the mission in the west. Along with detailed accounts of mission activities, the papers are full of interesting descriptions of the life and customs of the Assyrians of the time. Volume III contains numbers 51 through 75 (April 1903 - April 1909).< Less