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history of Armenian Christianity from the beginning to our own time

Leon Arpee

history of Armenian Christianity from the beginning to our own time

by Leon Arpee

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Published by The Armenian Missionary Association of America, Inc. in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Armenian Church -- History.,
  • Armenia -- Church history.

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: A centennial volume marking the one hundredth anniversary of Armenian Protestantism, 1846-1946.

    Statementby Leon Arpee.
    ContributionsArmenian Missionary Association of America.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR1100 .A7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 386 p. ;
    Number of Pages386
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17871114M

    Learn Armenia's history from BC to AD. "In the process of compiling the entries for the timeline and providing the commentary for this book, we have gained tremendous respect and admiration for the incredibly diverse accomplishments of our Armenian people. The Bible in the Armenian Church To understand the Bible, one must first understand the Church. Just as a psychologist, in studying a child’s behavior, will examine the environment and the various circumstances in which that child developed, it is necessary for us to review the conditions under which the Bible evolved so ourFile Size: KB.

      Though various Christian communities did exist thereafter, the Armenian kingdoms remained officially pagan until the dawn of the fourth century, when St. Gregory the Illuminator, a Parthian by birth, converted the Armenian King Drtad to Christianity in AD (the date traditionally held, but it may have been several years later). On Ap , Ottoman authorities arrested Armenian intellectuals and community leaders in Constantinople. They were sent to Chankri and Ayash (cities in central Anatolia), where they were later slain. For this reason, April 24 marks the beginning of the Armenian Genocide, where it is estimated between 1 and million people were killed [ ].

    Armenian medicine, which has a history of some years, has created a rich treasury of natural medicaments. Medicine is an inseparable part of ancient Armenian culture and its roots come from deep in the past. Relying on folk medicine and its sources, it accumulated the experience and knowledge of many generations of Armenian physicians on the curative properties of plants and animals as. Armenian Apostolic Church, independent Oriental Orthodox Christian church and the national church of Armenia.. According to tradition, Armenia was evangelized by the apostles Bartholomew and Thaddeus. Armenia became the first country to adopt Christianity about ce, when St. Gregory the Illuminator converted the Arsacid king Tiridates new Armenian church soon struck a course.


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pages. - Volume 15 Issue 3 - George P. MichaelidesAuthor: George P. Michaelides. Christianity is the world’s largest religion. More than 33% of the world population is known as follower of Abrahamic religion. Armenian Christianity, the origins of which date back to the 4 th century, has greater role in the history of Christianity.

Armenian Apostolic Church has always stood true to its belief and values. The Christianization of Armenia began with the work of Syrian apostles from the 1st century CE and was boosted in the early 4th century CE by such figures as Saint Gregory the Illuminator, who converted the Armenian king and spread the gospel message.A more complex process than legendary accounts portray, Armenia’s adoption of Christianity was, nevertheless, a momentous.

It was at the beginning of the fourth century, inthat Christianity was first proclaimed as the official religion of Armenia. This proclamation was the result of the missionary activity of St. Gregory the Illuminator (). The fifth century historian Agathangelos recounts the works of the patron saint of the Armenian Church.

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It captures the major turning points in Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox Cited by: Armenian history cannot be understood without an appreciation of the central and vital position that Christianity and the Armenian Church have held with respect to all aspects of Armenian life.

The rich history of the Armenian Church cannot be conveyed in just a few brief pages. It was St. Nersess (Catholicos ) who for the first time. History of the Armenian Church: The Church was founded by Jesus Christ (cf.

Matthew ; ). According to tradition, two of His Apostles --St. Thaddeus and St. Bartholomew-- preached His Gospel in Armenia as early as the second half of the first century. The History of the Armenian Church. Who brought Christianity to Armenia.

with specific geographic boarders has been maintained until our own time. The Catholicate of the Great House of Cilicia, originally in Cilicia, was, after World War II, given the right to establish its jurisdiction over Syria, Lebanon, and Cyprus, regions that belonged.

The Holy City of Ejmiadzin next >. The history of Armenia covers the topics related to the history of the Republic of Armenia, as well as the Armenian people, the Armenian language, and the regions historically and geographically considered Armenian.

Armenia lies in the highlands surrounding the Biblical mountains of original Armenian name for the country was Hayk, later Hayastan (Armenian: Հայաստան.

Born into a wealthy family aroundGregory nevertheless had a rough beginning—his biographer, Agathangelos, tells us Gregory's father murdered the Armenian king and paid for it with his life. This was the time when St Mesrop Mashtots ( ), the Catholicos St Sahak () and he Armenian king Vramshapouh () after long and exhausting search created an Armenian alphabet which was the first step in the hayatsoum of Christianity[ Vrej Nersessian, ‘Armenian’ in Encyclopedia of the Languages of Europe, ed.

By Glanville. Christianity in Armenia. The origin of the Armenian Church dates back to the Apostolic age. According to the ancient tradition well supported by historical evidence, Christianity was preached in Armenia as early as the second half of the first century by the two disciples of Jesus Christ, namely, St.

Thaddeus (John ) and St. Bartholomew (John ). The Armenian Apostolic Church (Armenian: Հայ Առաքելական Եկեղեցի, romanized: Hay Aṙak'elakan Yekeghetsi) is the national church of the Armenian of Oriental Orthodoxy, it is one of the most ancient Christian institutions.

The Kingdom of Armenia was the first state to adopt Christianity as its official religion under the rule of King Tiridates III in the early Classification: Oriental Orthodox. Leon Arpee has written: 'A history of Armenian Christianity from the beginning to our own time' -- subject(s): Armenian Church, Church history, History Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights.

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We bring a valuable and much-needed perspective in a culture often forgetful of its own history.Moses Khorenatci- the Armenian "Horodotus", was an Armenian historian, and author of the History of Armenia.

He is credited with the earliest known historiographical work on the history of Armenia, but was also a poet, or hymn writer, and a identified himself as a young disciple of Saint Mesrop and is recognized by the Armenian Apostolic Church as one of the Holy Translators of/5.

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