The Christian Communities of Jerusalem and the Holy Land

Studies in History, Religion and Politics

Golygydd(ion) Anthony O'Mahony

Iaith: Saesneg

Dosbarthiad(au): Religion

  • Ebrill 2003 · 256 tudalen ·234x156mm

  • · Clawr Caled - 9780708317723

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Casgliad o wyth traethawd gan ysgolheigion byd-enwog yn cyflwyno astudiaethau trylwyr o gymunedau Cristnogol a fu'n weithgar yn Jerusalem a'r Wlad Sanctaidd yn gyffredinol o'r 4edd ganrif hyd ddiwedd yr 20fed ganrif, gyda sylw manwl i gyd-destunau hanesyddol, crefyddol a gwleidyddol y cyfnodau.


"This well-conceived collection of eight essays on various aspects of Christian history and communal life in Jerusalem and Israel is a valuable contribution to a wider understanding of a very complex and problematic political context...I would have no hesitation in recommending the book to anyone interested in Eastern Christianity and the Holy Land. It contains a wealth of information that is not, to my knowledge, to be found in any other study currently available." Robert B. Betts, University of Balamand for The Catholic Historical Review, Washington, D. C.


Anthony O'Mahony, The Christian Communities, religion, politics and church state relations in Jerusalem: an historical survey (University of London); Sotiris Roussos, The Greek Orthodox Patriarchate and Community of Jerusalem: Church, State and Communal Identity (Foreign Ministry of Greece, Athens); Anthony O'Mahony, The Latins of the East: The Vatican, Jerusalem and the Palestinian Christians; Ara Sanjian, The Armenian Church and Community in Jerusalem; John Watson, Egypt and the Holy Land: The Coptic Church and Community in Jerusalem; Kirsten Stoffregen Pederson, Pilgrims and Ascetics from Africa: The Ethiopian Church and Community in Jerusalem; Thomas Hummel, Between Eastern and Western Christendom: The Anglican Presence in Jerusalem; Inger-Marie Okkenhaug, Culture and Civilisation: Anglican Missionary Women in Palestine.

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Anthony O’Mahony is Director of Research at the Centre for Christianity and Interreligious Dialogue, Heythrop College, University of London.

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