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The Catholicos of the East and His People

The Impression of Five Years' Work in the "Archbishop of Canterbury's Assyrian Mission"


Describes the life and customs, both ancient and modern, of the modern Assyrians (“Nestorians”) who formed in the nineteenth century a remarkable outpost of Christianity in the Middle East. The authors rely in their descriptions on the Sunhadus, or Book of Canon Law, which governs that Church even today.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 1-59333-403-6
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Aug 23,2006
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 384
ISBN: 1-59333-403-6
$178.00
Your price: $124.60

With a new introduction by David Malick, The Catholicos of the East and His People describes the life and customs, both ancient and modern, of the modern Assyrians (“Nestorians”) who formed in the nineteenth century a remarkable outpost of Christianity in the Middle East. The authors, who worked as part of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Assyrian Mission, enrich the book by giving details of the liturgical services and rituals of the Church of the East, with English translations. They rely in their descriptions on the Sunhadus, or Book of Canon Law, which governs that Church even today.

With a new introduction by David Malick, The Catholicos of the East and His People describes the life and customs, both ancient and modern, of the modern Assyrians (“Nestorians”) who formed in the nineteenth century a remarkable outpost of Christianity in the Middle East. The authors, who worked as part of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Assyrian Mission, enrich the book by giving details of the liturgical services and rituals of the Church of the East, with English translations. They rely in their descriptions on the Sunhadus, or Book of Canon Law, which governs that Church even today.

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