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by Vrej Nersessian


Religious movements have been an integral part of the Armenian church, and their growth is a phenomenon which runs side by side with, such developments as the rise of authority, the growth of canon law and the nature of church-state relations.

Religious movements have been an integral part of the Armenian church, and their growth is a phenomenon which runs side by side with, such developments as the rise of authority, the growth of canon law and the nature of church-state relations.

The Tondrakian Movement book. The origin of Christianity in Armenia is a matter of controversy.

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Tondrakians (Armenian: Թոնդրակեաններ) were members of an anti-feudal, heretical Christian sect that flourished in medieval Armenia between the early 9th century and 11th century and centered on the district of Tondrak, north of Lake Van in Western A. .

Tondrakians (Armenian: Թոնդրակեաններ) were members of an anti-feudal, heretical Christian sect that flourished in medieval Armenia between the early 9th century and 11th century and centered on the district of Tondrak, north of Lake Van in Western Armenia. The founder of the movement was Smbat Zarehavantsi, who advocated the abolition of the Church along with all of its traditional rites. Tondrakians denied the immortality of the soul, the afterlife, the church and its feudal rights.

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937 NERSESSIAN, VREJ. The Tondrakian Movement. Princeton Theological Monograph Series. Religious movements in the Armenian church from the fourth to the tenth centuries. New York (Council for Religious Education, Diocese of the Armenian Church of North America), 1963. Stories from the History of the Armenian Church. Illustrated by Joseph Kalemkerian.

The Tondrakian Movement. Published 1988 by Pickwick Publications in Allison Park, Pa. Written in English. Armenian Church, Church history, History, Tondrakian Movement.

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. This study is a working synthesis of the state of research on religious movements in the Armenian church from the 4th to the 10th centuries. Religious movements have been an integral part of the Armenian church, and their growth is a phenomenon which runs side by side with, such developments as the rise of authority, the growth of canon law and the nature of church-state relations. The movements in the Armenian church played an important role in shaping Armenia's attitude towards Byzantium, Iranian interference in the country's religious life, the spread of Hellenism and the Caliphate.

The Tondrakian Movement: Religious movements in the Armenian church from the fourth to the tenth centuries (Princeton Theological Monograph Series) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0915138999

ISBN: 0915138999

Author: Vrej Nersessian

Category: History

Subcategory: World

Language: English

Publisher: Wipf & Stock Pub (January 1, 1988)

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