Who are the Christians in the middle east? / Betty Jane Bailey and J. Martin Bailey.

By: Bailey, Betty Jane
Contributor(s): Bailey, J. Martin, 1929-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : William B. Eerdmans Pub., 2010Edition: 2nd edDescription: xiv, 227 p. : map ; 23 cmISBN: 9780802865953 (pbk. : alk. paper); 080286595X (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Christians -- Middle East -- History | Church and state -- Middle East -- History | Middle East -- Church historyLOC classification: BR1070 | .B25 2010
Contents:
I. The churches of the Middle East -- A western Christian appreciation of Eastern Christianity / David A. Kerr -- The future of Christians in the Arab world / Riad Jarjour -- The churches of the Middle East now work together -- The importance of Jerusalem to Christians -- A timeline of Christianity in the Middle East -- A word about numbers -- II. Profiles of the churches -- The origins of the diversity of Christianity in the Middle East -- The Eastern Orthodox family -- The Oriental Orthodox family -- The Catholic family -- The evangelical (Protestant) family -- The Assyrian Church of the East -- III. Church and state in the Middle East -- A brief history -- Cyprus -- Egypt -- The holy land : Israel and Palestine -- Iran -- Iraq -- Jordan -- Lebanon -- The Maghreb (North Africa) -- The Persian Gulf and Saudi Arabia -- Sudan -- Syria -- Turkey.
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I. The churches of the Middle East -- A western Christian appreciation of Eastern Christianity / David A. Kerr -- The future of Christians in the Arab world / Riad Jarjour -- The churches of the Middle East now work together -- The importance of Jerusalem to Christians -- A timeline of Christianity in the Middle East -- A word about numbers -- II. Profiles of the churches -- The origins of the diversity of Christianity in the Middle East -- The Eastern Orthodox family -- The Oriental Orthodox family -- The Catholic family -- The evangelical (Protestant) family -- The Assyrian Church of the East -- III. Church and state in the Middle East -- A brief history -- Cyprus -- Egypt -- The holy land : Israel and Palestine -- Iran -- Iraq -- Jordan -- Lebanon -- The Maghreb (North Africa) -- The Persian Gulf and Saudi Arabia -- Sudan -- Syria -- Turkey.

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