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A non-technical survey of the faith, history, and life of the Melkite Church—both Catholic and Orthodox—written for the average reader.
Updated and translated from the 1994 French edition. A bird’s-eye view of the following topics is presented: a brief history of the Melkite Church; the division within the Church; the difficulties suffered under Islamic rule; the historical development of Church doctrine; ‘Melkite’ iconography and architecture; famous writers; as well as a quick tour of the Liturgy, spirituality, monasticism, and church law.
About the author: Archimandrite Ignatios Dick, Vicar General of the Metropolia of Aleppo (Syria), has written extensively in the fields of history, ecumenism, and Arab Christian literature.
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