The A to Z of the Coptic Church
Scarecrow Press, 2009年10月26日 - 356 頁
During the first century, Saint Mark brought Christianity to Egypt and in so doing, formed the basis for the Coptic Orthodox Church. Today, Copts, members of the Coptic Church, compromise the largest Christian Community in the Middle East. The Coptic Church is more than 19 centuries old and has produced thousands of texts and biblical and theological studies. During the last half of the 20th century, however, economic and political discrimination has forced between 400,000 and one million Copts to emigrate from Egypt, with the majority settling in North America and Australia. The A to Z of the Coptic Church details the history of one of the oldest Christian churches. This is done through a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, and more than 400 cross-referenced dictionary entries on important people, organizations, and structures; the theology and practices of the church; its literature and liturgy; and monasteries and churches.
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14th century al-Muharraq Anaphora Anaphora of St ancient Antony Apocalypse Apostles Arabic Athanasius Atiya Bishop Bohairic canons Christ Christian composed in Greek consecrated Constantinople Coptic art Coptic calendar Coptic Church Coptic language Coptic Museum Coptic Orthodox Church Coptic patriarchs Coptic Studies Copto-Arabic Copts Council of Chalcedon deacons disciples edition Egyptian Emperor Eucharist Extant Father feast fifth century fourth century Gabriel GCAL Gnostic Gospel Graf Holy Week homily hymns ibn al-‘Assal Ibn Kabar icons Introduzione Islamic Jesus John literature liturgy Macarius Mamluk manuscript Mark martyrs medieval mentioned Mikha’il Monastery of St monastic monasticism monks Muslim Nag Hammadi Nicaea Nitria Old Cairo originally composed Patriarch Cyril Patriarch of Alexandria Pope Shenouda prayer preserved priest psalis Psalms rite Rome Sahidic saints Scetis scholars Severus of Antioch Shenute Synaxarion Syrian Testament theologian theological third century tion tradition translation Upper Egypt Virgin Mary Wadi al-Natrun wall paintings