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The Syriac Version of the Liturgy of St James

A brief history for Students


This is a Study which will open windows galore for Westerners, for not only is the history as recorded likely to cover ground untrodden by most English-speaking liturgists, but equally the surrounding field of study and its other scholarly occupants (who are laid heavily under contribution) will also be largely unknown.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-398-4
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Oct 6,2009
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 55
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-60724-398-4
$138.00
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This is a Study which will open windows galore for Westerners, for not only is the history as recorded likely to cover ground untrodden by most English-speaking liturgists, but equally the surrounding field of study and its other scholarly occupants (who are laid heavily under contribution) will also be largely unknown.

This is a Study which will open windows galore for Westerners, for not only is the history as recorded likely to cover ground untrodden by most English-speaking liturgists, but equally the surrounding field of study and its other scholarly occupants (who are laid heavily under contribution) will also be largely unknown.

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ContributorBiography

Fr. Baby Varghese

Fr. Baby Varghese is a Professor at St Ephrem’s Ecumenical Research Institute (SEERI), in Kottayam, Kerala, India. He has written extensively on many areas of Syriac liturgy.

  • Contents (page 5)
  • Introduction: The Anaphora of St James (page 9)
  • 1 Introductory Prayers: 'The Three Prayers' (page 15)
  • 2 The Anaphora (page 25)
  • 3 Intercessions (page 42)
  • 4 Preparation for Communion (page 44)
  • 5 Communion and Post-Communion (page 52)
  • 6 Conclusion (page 58)
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