The Tondrakian Movement: Religious Movements in the Armenian Church from the Fourth to the Tenth Centuries
The origin of Christianity in Armenia is a matter of controversy. This is due in part to the fact that there is no literature in the Armenian language dating from the first four centuries and, therefore, there is no contemporary written document concerning the beginning of Christianity in Armenia.
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The relation of the Tondrakeci movement
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