Who Are the Christians in the Middle East?

By Betty Jane Bailey; J. Martin Bailey | Go to book overview

Who Are the Christians
in the Middle East?

Betty Jane Bailey and J. Martin Bailey

William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Grand Rapids, Michigan/Cambridge, U.K.

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Who Are the Christians in the Middle East?
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • More Praise for This Book i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Our Love Affair with the Middle East: An Introduction ix
  • Part I - The Churches of the Middle East 1
  • A Western Christian Appreciation of Eastern Christianity 3
  • The Future of Christians in the Arab World 12
  • The Churches of the Middle East Now Work Together 22
  • The Importance of Jerusalem to Christians 32
  • A Timeline of Christianity in the Middle East 37
  • A Word about Numbers 43
  • Part II - Profiles of the Churches 45
  • The Origins of the Diversity of Christianity in the Middle East 47
  • The Eastern Orthodox Family 54
  • An Introduction to the Oriental Orthodox Family 66
  • The Catholic Family 79
  • The Evangelical (Protestant) Family 97
  • The Assyrian Church of the East 130
  • Part III - Church and State in the Middle East 135
  • A Brief History 137
  • Cyprus 141
  • Egypt 144
  • The Holy Land:Israel and Palestine 150
  • Iran 159
  • Iraq 162
  • Jordan 166
  • Lebanon 170
  • The Maghreb (North Africa) 176
  • The Persian Gulf 180
  • Sudan 186
  • Syria 190
  • Turkey 195
  • Annotated Bibliography 201
  • Index 204
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