1 edition of The Armenian Christian tradition in Iran found in the catalog.
The Armenian Christian tradition in Iran
Karekin I Catholicos of Armenia
|Statement||Archbishop Karekin Sarkissian|
|Contributions||Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BX124.I7 K35 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||2011657046|
Christianity, which originated in the Middle East in the 1st century AD, is a significant minority religion within the region. Christianity in the Middle East is characterized by the diversity of its beliefs and traditions, compared to Christianity in other parts of the Old ians now make up approximately 5% of the total Middle Eastern population, down from 20% in the early . Later printed Armenian Bibles are also examined in detail, revealing fascinating examples of religious differences between the Armenian and the Catholic Christian traditions. This survey of Armenian Bible history is an important reference for biblical scholars and anyone with an interest in the history of Christianity.
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Caucasian peoples, various ethnic groups living in the Caucasus, a geographically complex area of mountain ranges, plateaus, foothills, plains, rivers, and lakes, with grasslands, forests, marshes, and dry complex of regions harbours more than 50 separate peoples, ranging from language communities with only a few hundred speakers to large national groups . Coordinates. Iran (Persian: ایران Irān [ʔiːˈɾɒːn] ()), also called Persia, and officially the Islamic Republic of Iran (Persian: جمهوری اسلامی ایران Jomhuri-ye Eslāmi-ye Irān [dʒomhuːˌɾije eslɒːˌmije ʔiːˈɾɒn]), is a country in Western Asia. It is bordered to the northwest by Armenia and Azerbaijan, to the north by the Caspian Sea, to the.
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Iranian-Armenians (Armenian: իրանահայեր iranahayer) also known as Persian-Armenians (Armenian: պարսկահայեր parskahayer), are Iranians of Armenian ethnicity who may speak Armenian as their first language.
Estimates of their number in Iran range f toAreas with a high concentration of them include Tabriz, Tehran, Salmas and Isfahan's Jolfa. A number of Christian denominations are represented in members of the larger, older churches belong to minority ethnic groups – the Armenians – and Assyrians having their own distinctive culture and language.
The members of the newer, smaller churches are drawn both from the traditionally Christian ethnic minorities and converts from non-Christian background. Since the revolution, Iran has promoted a Shi'a Islamic identity aimed at transcending ethnic and national boundaries.
During the same period, Iran's Armenian community, once a prominent Christian minority in Tehran, has declined by more than eighty : James Barry. This book focuses on the history of Christianity in Persia and the present-day relationship that Muslims in Iran have taken toward people of other faith traditions.
The book provides a comprehensive and readable introduction to a The Armenian Christian tradition in Iran book history with important contemporary ramifications for interfaith and intercultural studies. Since the revolution, Iran has promoted a Shi’a Islamic identity aimed at transcending ethnic and national boundaries.
During the same period, Iran’s Armenian community, once a prominent Christian minority in Tehran, has declined by more than eighty percent.
Ultimately, for Armenia, embracing Iran becomes a matter of basic survival, and for Iran, tiny Armenia becomes an outlet for global reconnection and a means to put pressure on Azerbaijan.
The role of the patron or donor in commissioning such a manuscript is also examined: patronage of a sumptuous illuminated manuscript ensured the donor a place in heaven. Later printed Armenian Bibles are also chronicled, revealing intriguing examples of religious differences between the Armenian and the Catholic Christian traditions.
show more. The Bible in the Armenian Tradition provides a concise historical account of the development of the Bible in Armenia and the illustrative traditions that are represented in surviving codices. The author focuses on the origins of the first translations of the Bible into Armenian in the fourth century, which inspired the Armenian alphabet itself.
Armenian Christianity is all about mixture of Christian and pagan traditions. Don’t be surprised. Armenians were pagans before adopting Christianity as a state religion. Accordingly, many Christian holidays in Armenia have pagan origins. “Trndez” is the true reflection of “folk” Christian traditions with pagan background.
Armenian, Armenian Hay, plural Hayq or Hayk, member of a people with an ancient culture who originally lived in the region known as Armenia, which comprised what are now northeastern Turkey and the Republic of Armenia. Although some remain in Turkey, more than three million Armenians live in the republic; large numbers also live in Georgia as well as other areas of the.
Since the revolution, Iran has promoted a Shi'a Islamic identity aimed at transcending ethnic and national boundaries. During the same period, Iran's Armenian community, once a prominent Christian minority in Tehran, has declined by more than eighty percent.
1 hour ago A painting exhibition is currently underway at the St. Thaddeus Monastery, in the northwestern Iran, marking the 12th anniversary of the religious center’s inclusion on UNESCO World Heritage list. Armenian and Iranian Studies brings together select articles published in disparate journals and volumes over the past two decades.
Some deal exclusively with either Armeniaca (ancient, medieval, and modern) or Iranica (pre-Islamic); in the case of the former, there is an emphasis on the sources and religious material of heroic epic and of s: 1. The presence of Christianity in Iran goes back to the early periods of Christian history, although scholars do not know when exactly it first arrived.
What we do know, is that Christianity was present in northern Mesopotamia (today’s North-Iraq, which belonged to the Sassanid Empire) in the (late) second and early third century, and that. Culture What it's like to be a Christian in Iran.
Christians suffer severe persecution in Iran, particularly those who've converted from Islam. While the West is. Make Offer - YOZGAT Book, the Armenian Genocide, History, Life in YOZKAT HC Illustrated M. Ezekiel / Study of Armenia Brief Description of the Armenian.
However, for Armenian Christians, it’s just time to get started. In Armenia, Christmas is celebrated on the 5th and 6th, but in Jerusalem, the Armenian community celebrates on January 18th.
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The first survey in English of the life of Armenian-Iranians up to modern times, this book concentrates on their recent history in and their contributions to the political developments of Iran, as well as their increased suffering in that Author: Cosroe Chaqueri.
But members of at least one diaspora group who have returned to Armenia – Iranian-Armenians – say they are encountering difficulty in gaining acceptance in Yerevan.
Iran, which borders Armenia to the south, is home to an estima, ethnic Armenians, descendants of those who migrated in the 17th century to then-Persia to work as.Similarly, Armenia could offer Iran a way out to evade international sanction, hence delaying the solving of Iran's nuclear issue.
II. The Iranian Armenian community Aroundof Armenians are living nowadays in Iran, most of them in Tehran2. Moreover, the Armenian Apostolic Church of Iran has between ,Islam is the official religion of Iran, However, like other countries in the region, Armenian-Iranians celebrate christmas.
Around–Christians live in Iran today Christians believe that Jesus Christ is the savior of the world, and that his father is God.