The Maronites in History

by Matti Moosa

Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC

Written in English
Cover of: The Maronites in History | Matti Moosa
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  • Asian / Middle Eastern history,
  • Orthodox Churches,
  • History: World,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • Middle East,
  • Christianity - Orthodox,
  • Middle East - General,
  • History-Middle East - General,
  • Religion / Orthodox Churches,
  • Christianity - Orthodox Churches
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages404
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8871909M
ISBN 101593331827
ISBN 109781593331825
OCLC/WorldCa68641335

  Part One: The texts concerning St Maroun. In Part One, I set out the two ancient texts which disclose what is known of St Maroun. In Part Two, I discuss these, and in Part Three I answer Matti Moosa’s arguments in his book, The Maronites in History, that this is not the St Maroun after whom the Maronite Church is indirectly named. The whole of this posting is Part One.   Summary of the Maronite history, between the 7th and 11th centuries. To start with, I am not a historian, I collected the contents of this movie from different Maronite historians, Patriarch Al. The Levant, Mount Lebanon, the Maronite church The Levant is the term used in the past to designate the group of cities known for their commercial expertise and through which the Europeans paved their way to the east; From Istambul to Iskandariah, all the way . Good books/articles about Maronite Church History? Culture, History and Art. Close. 5. Posted by 2 years ago. Archived. Good books/articles about Maronite Church History? Culture, History and Art. Particularly early history, liturgy, theology. Thanks! 4 comments. share.

Abbot Paul Naaman, a Maronite scholar and former Superior General of the Order of Lebanese Maronite Monks, wisely places the study of the origins of the Maronite Church squarely in the midst of the history of the Church. His book, The Maronites: The Origins of an Antiochene Church, published during the sixteenth centenary of Maron's death Brand: Liturgical Press.

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The Maronites in History is a scholarly work which is also easily accessible to the interested non-specialist.

It is also a fine model for history writers, written by one of the most eminent and innovative scholars of Middle Eastern history and by: Originally published inThe Maronites in History addressed what author Matti Moosa identified as a Maronite crisis of identity in the Lebanese cultural context.

Offering a historical perspective on the whole of Maronite heritage and culture, Moosa sought to tell the relatively unknown story of one branch of the Syriac Christian tradition/5(6).

The Maronites: History and Constants by Antoine Khoury Harb, a beautifully illustrated book covering the history of the Maronite Church, from its beginning with the roots of Christianity in Lebanon through the establishment of the “State of Greater Lebanon” into the twentieth century.5/5(1).

In the first quarter of the fifth century, Maron, a Syriac-speaking hermit of Aramean origins, died in the region of Cyrrhus, between Aleppo and Antioch (north-west of present-day Syria). The region was administratively known back then in the Roman-Byzantine period under Syria Prima.

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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(5). The Maronites in History addresses what author Matti Moosa identifies as a Maronite crisis of identity in the Lebanese cultural context.

Offering a historical perspective on the whole of Maronite heritage and culture, Moosa seeks to tell the relatively unknown story of one branch of the Syriac Christian tradition.

Book: The Maronites – History and Constants by Dr. Antoine Emile Khoury Harb. Size: 29 x 29 x 2 cm, hardcover, pages, weight kgs, The remarkable nature of their history lies hand in hand with that of Lebanon, for centuries being their retreat and fortress.

Lebanon and the Maronites are inseparably attached. The Maronites have survived the storms of invasion, occupation, repression and suppression for over years, preserving their religion, traditions and state. History of the Maronites On the mountains of Lebanon, in this mystical land, in these deep valleys, among these white mountains, in the land of honey and milk, in the nation of the Cedar and the Alphabet, in the Phoenician land, there.

The Maronites in History by Matti Moosa ***** ***** I bought this very expensive book because I have always been The Maronites in History book in the Maronite religion of my Lebanese Grandparents, Jacob and Eva Coory.

They were born and raised in the small village of Bcharre where the Maronite religion appears to have gained a strong footing. His book, The Maronites: The Origins of an Antiochene Church, published during the sixteenth centenary of Maron's death, offers plausible insights into her formation and early development, grounding the Maronite Church in her Catholic, Antiochian, Syriac, and monastic : In Part One, I set out the two ancient texts which disclose what is known of St Maroun.

In Part Two, I discuss these, and in Part Three I answer Matti Moosa’s arguments in his book, The Maronites in History, that this is not the St Maroun after whom the Maronite Church is indirectly named. Maronites History; Lebanon the Sacred Land The Maronites who survived, stayed in Jebbet-Bsharreh, Zawya, Batroun, Jebbet al-Mnaitra and its surroundings.

They suffered from poverty and misery, in addition to the exacerbating calamities of nature, deprivation and alienation from the outside world and axes of economic exchange.

Originally published inThe Maronites in History addressed what author Matti Moosa identified as a Maronite crisis of identity in the Lebanese cultural context. Offering a historical perspective on the whole of Maronite heritage and culture, Moosa sought to Author: Matti Moosa.

The Maronites (Cistercian Studies Book ) Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.5/5(3).

His book, The Maronites: The Origins of an Antiochene Church, published during the sixteenth centenary of Maron's death, offers plausible insights into her formation and early development, grounding the Maronite Church in her Catholic, Antiochian, Syriac, and monastic roots/5(5).

Meet the Maronites. The history of the Maronite Church is rooted in the Middle East. The Church has its origins in modern day Syria and was followed by immigration to Lebanon. Throughout their history, Maronites have immigrated to other parts of the world.

The Maronites in History is a scholarly work which is also easily accessible to the interested non-specialist. It is also a fine model for history writers, written by one of the most eminent and innovative scholars of Middle Eastern history and cultures/5. Originally published inThe Maronites in History addressed what author Matti Moosa identified as a Maronite crisis of identity in the Lebanese cultural context.

Offering a historical perspective on the whole of Maronite heritage and culture, Moosa sought to tell the relatively unknown story of one branch of the Syriac Christian tradition.

In Price Range: $95 - $ His book, The Maronites: The Origins of an Antiochene Church, published during the sixteenth centenary of Maron's death, offers plausible insights into her formation and early development, grounding the Maronite Church in her Catholic, Antiochian, Syriac, and monastic Paul Naaman is a Maronite scholar and former Superior General of Author: Abbot Paul Naaman.

Buy The Maronites in History 1 by Moosa, Matti (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). In making known the history of his people, Moosa brings the past to light for students and scholars of Christianity and the Middle East.

This book offers hope for a community struggling to come to meaningful terms with itself in the midst of cultural upheaval. The content matches most of history books written by different historians of this era but, may be, with different taste.

Early Maronites, an Introduction - Duration:. According to the official site of the maronite church, approximately 1, Maronites live in Lebanon, where they constitute up to 22 percent of the population.

Syrian Maronites to, following the archdioceses of Aleppo and Damascus and the Diocese of Latakia. A Maronite community of ab lives in Cyprus Founder: Maron; John Maron. By then the Maronites had established themselves—a cardinal fact in the history of Lebanon, which long remained predominantly Christian while Syria became Muslim.

Later (11th cent.) the Druze settled in S Lebanon and in adjacent regions of Syria, and trouble between them and the Christians was to become a constant theme in regional history.

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Lebanese Maronite Christians (Arabic: المسيحية المارونية في لبنان ‎, Classical Syriac: ܡܫܝܚܝ̈ܐ ܡܪ̈ܘܢܝܐ ܕܠܒܢܢ ‎) refers to Lebanese people who are adherents of the Maronite Church in Lebanon, which is the largest Christian denomination in the country. the Maronite Church is an Eastern Catholic church in full communion with the worldwide Catholic.

In part two he discusses the contents in more depth. In part three he challenges Matti Moosa’s claims, made in his book, The Maronites in History, in particular about St Maroun’s and the Maronite Church.

The Maronites in History I: A Reply. The Maronites in History II: A Reply. The Maronites in History. Maronite church, Eastern rite church prominent especially in modern Lebanon.

It traces its origins to St. Maron and St. John Maron and enjoyed independence for much of its history, both ecclesiologically and sociopolitically. The church retains the West Syrian liturgy and has its own patriarch.

Maronites believe that their isolation in Mount Lebanon contributed to their independent character as a Church and as a society, and their identity is consequently identified strongly with the identity of Lebanon.

Antoine Harb, The Maronites and History Constants (Centre Libanis D’Information, ), 24, 26. Throughout their history, Maronites have immigrated to other parts of the world. The Maronite Patriarchal Synod held between and in Lebanon defines the Maronite Church as an Antiochene Syriac Church with a special liturgical heritage, in full union with the Holy See and the pope, and embodied in her Lebanese and Eastern environment.

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The Druzes and the Maronites under the Turkish rule, from to by Churchill, Charles Henry, Publication date very frail book, binding disintegrating.

Addeddate Call number AEM Camera Canon 5DPages:   The Maronites are a Christian I began this book to learn more about the Maronites in the Middle-east; but this book was not a particularly good selection for that purpose, because it dwells exclusively upon ancient origins, without connecting the dots to the present/5.