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The Nestorians and their Rituals II


Éditeur : Joseph Masters Date & Lieu : 1852, London
Préface : Pages : 443
Traduction : ISBN :
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 135x200 mm
Thème : Religion

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The Nestorians and their Rituals II

THE NESTORIANS AND THEIR RITUALS : with the narrative of a misiion to Mesopotamia and Coordistan

It has been the Author's aim in the following volume, to collect from their standard writings all that refers to the doctrine, ecclesiastical discipline, and ritual observances of the Nestorians ; to show wherein their present faith mi practice differ from their own recognized authorities; as also to what extent the ex-Nestorian body, styling themselves ''Chaldeans," have altered their ancient formularies so as to be in accordance with the new tenets which they have adopted since their submission to the See of Rome. In carrying out this design he has endeavoured to secure the best rituals extant, and such as are in constant use among the two communities alluded to, and has availed himself of the facilities which he possessed, through the influence of Mr. Christian Rassam, of constantly referring not only to Mar Shimoon, but also to the Chaldean Patriarch, for the solution of any difficulty which arose in its execution, either from want of books, or from his own ignorance. His not having taken advantage of the help to be derived in an investigation of this kind from such works as those of Renaudot and Assemanni, was not because he had more confidence in his own abilities, but because he deemed it more satisfactory to draw from the original Syriac, and to quote from the manuscript rituals which are in use among the Nestorians and Chaldeans at the present day, the authority of which is not liable to be contested.

In the work of translation the author has had the valuable help of the Reverend Michael Giamala, whose name has already been mentioned in the preceding volume, and who is considered one of the best Syriac scholars in Mesopotamia. It is sincerely to be hoped that the Church of England will eventually avail herself of his services for the reformation and restoration of the Nestorians, by whom, as well as by their Patriarchy he is held in high esteem...


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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II

CHAPTER I. / 1
CHAPTER II. / 8
CHAPTER III.  / 16
CHAPTER IV.  / 27
CHAPTER V.  / 30
CHAPTER VI. / 33
CHAPTER VII. / 72
CHAPTER VIII. / 75
CHAPTER IX. / 78
CHAPTER X. / 82
CHAPTER XI. / 89
CHAPTER XII. / 92
CHAPTER XIV. / 98
CHAPTER XV. / 101
CHAPTER XVI. / 103
CHAPTER XVII. / 109
CHAPTER XVIII. / 111
CHAPTER XIX. / 113
CHAPTER XX. / 115
CHAPTER XXI. / 117
CHAPTER XXII. / 119
CHAPTER XXIII. / 121
CHAPTER XXIV. / 124
CHAPTER XXV. / 126
CHAPTER XXVI. / 130
CHAPTER XXVII. / 140
CHAPTER XXVIII. / 146
CHAPTER XXIX. / 148
CHAPTER XXX. / 163
CHAPTER XXXI. / 165
CHAPTER XXXII. / 167
CHAPTER XXXIII. / 173
CHAPTER XXXIV. / 174
CHAPTER XXXV. / 175
CHAPTER XXXVI. / 178
CHAPTER XXXVII. / 182
CHAPTER XXXVIII. / 185
CHAPTER XXXIX. / 187
CHAPTER XL. / 189
CHAPTER XLI. / 195
CHAPTER XLII. / 241
CHAPTER XLIII. / 244
CHAPTER XLIV. / 283
CHAPTER XLV. / 322
CHAPTER XLVI. / 351

APPENDIX A. / 361
APPENDIX B. / 382




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