Christians in Persia: Assyrians, Armenians, Roman Catholics and Protestants

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Routledge, 2011 - Reference - 192 pages
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When it was originally published this book broke new ground in presenting one continuous narrative of the history of Christians in Persia from the second century A.D to the 1970s. The material gathered here was previously only to be found in obscure books, manuscripts and foreign periodicals.
Christians in Persia shows the intricate history of the period concerned; the personalities of the rulers and the ruled; the difficult task of the missionaries; their successes and failures and the consequences of their efforts. All this is related to the wider history of the country and to the expansion of Christianity in the East.

 

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Contents

the nestorian planting
9
The roman catholic era
55
The protestant endeavour and the founding of indigenous churches
85
The bible in persian
177

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Dr. David Mould is Professor Emeritus of Media Arts & Studies at Ohio University (U.S.A), a freelance journalist, and international media trainer. His background is in European, 19thcentury American, and documentary film history. His research has focused on media in conflict from the First World War to the late 20thcentury and on post-Soviet media in Central Asia. Brought up in Britain, he worked as a newspaper reporter and television news producer before moving to the United States. He is the author of three books and articles for publications such as Times Higher Education and The Christian Science Monitor.

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