The Old Testament as Authoritative Scripture in the Early Churches of the East
Vahan Hovhanessian, Vahan S. Hovhanessian
Peter Lang, 2010 - Religion - 137 pages
The Old Testament as Authoritative Scripture in the Early Churches of the East represents the latest scholarly research in the field of Old Testament as Scripture in Eastern Christianity. Its twelve articles focus on the use of the Old Testament in the earliest Christian communities in the East. The collection explores the authoritative role of the Old Testament in the churches of the East and its impact on the church's doctrine, liturgy, canon law, and spirituality.
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