Centre for Eastern Christianity during a Heythrop College, University of London will horde a array of Lent tenure lectures on “The Armenian Christian Tradition: History, Doctrine, Spirituality and Liturgy” given by Revd Dr Nerses Nersessian, the Armenian contributor informs.
The Rev Dr Nerses (Vrej) Nersessian was innate in Tehran in 1948. He was prepared during a Armenian College in Calcutta, a Gevorgian Theological Academy in Holy Etchmiadzin (Armenia) and King’s College, University of London. He has a Bachelor’s grade in Theology and a Doctorate in Modern Greek and Byzantine Studies.
His doctoral topic on The Tondrakian Movement, a eremite movements in a Armenian Church from a fourth to a fifth centuries was published in 1987 in London and reprinted in a Princeton Theological Monograph array 15, in Pennsylvania a year later. In 1975 he assimilated a British Library curatorial staff as curator obliged for a manuscripts and printed books of a Christian Middle East
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