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Christian Traditions in the Contemporary Middle East: A Bibliographic Essay

Matthew C. Baker

Title:
Christian Traditions in the Contemporary Middle East: A Bibliographic Essay
Author(s):
Baker, Matthew C.
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Articles
Department:
Burke Library
Volume:
4
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Book/Journal Title:
Theological Librarianship
Abstract:
Following the bibliographic trails begun in the preceding works will lead the reader to a range of primary and secondary resources treating many aspects of the various traditions addressed in this essay, including works dealing in greater depth with the particular Churches. As this essay was being completed, dramatic events have been unfolding in Tunisia, Egypt, Syria, and elsewhere in the region. The broader consequences of these events, as well as their significance for the Christian communities there, are uncertain. Some continue to urge a more integrated role for the Churches in public life, while others warn of further marginalization. It is hoped that the works recommended above will provide useful guidance to those interested in learning more about the contemporary circumstances of these important and dynamic Christian traditions.
Subject(s):
Religion
Middle Eastern studies
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Suggested Citation:
Matthew C. Baker, 2011, Christian Traditions in the Contemporary Middle East: A Bibliographic Essay, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:11204.

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