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|Statement||by P.E. Shaw.|
|Series||Monographs in church history, edited by Matthew Spinka, R. H. Nichols. vol. II, History of religions preservation project -- MN41580.8.|
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|Pagination||iii, 5-208 p.|
|Number of Pages||208|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shaw, P.E. (Plato Ernest), American contacts with the Eastern churches, Chicago, Ill., American. The Eastern Church in the Spiritual Marketplace: American Conversions to Orthodox Christianity - Kindle edition by Slagle, Amy.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Eastern Church in the Spiritual Marketplace: American Conversions to Orthodox Christianity/5(3). This overview of Eastern Christians in America introduces readers to the local Churches (metropolias or eparchies) in the U.S.
and Canada. It explains their sense of being a communion of Churches, the year history of Eastern Christianity, main aspects of the Holy Tradition of the Eastern Churches, and issues affecting these Churches today.
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Macarius of Jerusalem: Letter to the. The Church of the East was the Church of ancient Mesopotamia, and was noted for its widespread missionary efforts throughout Asia, extending from Persia along the Silk Road all the way American contacts with the Eastern churches book India and the Far East, reaching China, Tibet, and Mongolia.
The Acts of the Apostles reports that the "Parthians, Medes, and Elamites, and residents of Mesopotamia" (Acts ) heard Peter's speech following.
Mailing Address: PO Box Valley Forge, PA Street Address: W. 9 th Ave. King of Prussia, PA Contact Us; ABC3-USA; Like many Americans, the Eastern Orthodox converts in this study are participants in what scholars today refer to as the “spiritual marketplace” or quest culture of expanding religious diversity and individual choice-making that marks the post-World War II American religious landscape.
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The other 23 Catholic Churches are all referred to as Eastern Churches and have their own traditions and forms of Liturgy that at many times are quite different from the Latin Church’s traditions and Liturgies, while almost paradoxically, retain the same basic liturgical structures and theology as seen in the West.
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By the s, the Church of England in the American had around churches and clergy. These numbers were sharply reduced during the Revolutionary War, so that by probably a quarter of Anglican parishes, and a third of the clergy were no longer functioning.
The Church was to be slow recovering from this set back. Hence arose the divisions between the Eastern Orthodox Church and that group of separated Churches for which I have taken the liberty of coining the title "Eastern Apostolic Churches." In this latter group we find the so-called Armenian, [5/6] Nestorian, Jacobite, Coptic, and Abyssinian Churches.
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