Friday, 6 January 2012

Letters of the ancient Church in India

  • Timothy I [Patriarch] (727-823). Letters. [‘Nestorian’.] The fullest collection of the 200 letters is held in Trichur, Kerala. Timothy is known to have written hymns, commentaries, dissertations, and disputations on other religions, a few of which have survived. [Asian Christian Theologies 19.]

  • Aerthayil, James. The Spiritual Heritage of the St Thomas Christians. Bangalore: Dharmaram Publications, 1982.
  • Aprem, Mar. A Nestorian Bibliography. Trichur: Mar Nasai Press, 1982.
  • Aprem, Mar. “Syriac Manuscripts in Trichur.” Orientalia Christiana Analecta 221 (1983).
  • Brock, Sebastian. A Brief Outline of Syriac Literature. Kottayam: SEERI, 1997.
  • England, J.C. The Hidden History of Christianity in Asia: The Churches of the East before the year 1500. 2nd ed. Delhi: ISPCK; Hong Kong: CCA, 1998.
  • Gillman, Ian and Hans-Joachim Klimkeit. Christians in Asia before 1500. Richmond: Curzon Press, 1999.
  • Hunt, Lucy-Anne. The Mingana and Related Collections: A Survey of Illustrated Arabic, Greek, Eastern Christian, Persian and Turkish Manuscripts in the Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham. Birmingham: Mingana Collection, ?1998.
  • Philip, T.V. East of the Euphrates: Early Christianity in Asia. Delhi: ISPCK; Tiruvalla: Christian Sahitya Samithy, 1998.
  • Schurhammer, G. “Three Letters of Mar Jacob, Bishop of Malabar 1503-1550.” Orientalia (Rome and Lisboa) (1963) 333-349.
  • Thazhath, Andrews. The Juridical Sources of the Syro-Malabar Church: A Historico-Juridical Study. Kottayam: Orientail Institute of Religious Studies, India, 1987.
  • Young, William G. Patriarch, Shah and Caliph. Rawalpindi: Chbristian Study Centre, 1974.
  • See also Harp (Kottayam, quarterly) 1987-. 

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