Syriac Christianity (Syriac:ܡܫܝܚܝܘܬܐ ܣܘܪܝܝܬܐ / mšiḥāiūṯā suryāiṯā) encompasses the multiple Churches of Eastern Christianity whose services tend to feature liturgical use of ancient Syriac, a dialect of Middle Aramaic that emerged in Edessa in the early 1st century AD, and is closely related to the Aramaic of Jesus. Jesus Christ was known as Yešua` mšiḥā in Aramaic.
With a history going back to the 1st century AD, in modern times Syriac Christianity is represented by denominations primarily in the Middle East, Asia Minor and in Kerala, India.
We have a totally different system of worship through Christianity... “Evidently to celebrate the Lord’s Supper So the Syriac understands it, by translating it, ‘to break the eucharist;’ that is the eucharistic bread. It is probable that the apostles and early Christians celebrated ...
Yalda Night (Shab-e-Chelleh), one of the most celebrated Persian traditional events which marks the longest night of the year, has recently made it to the United Nation’s cultural heritage list ... Facts to know ... - The word Yalda, meaning birth, was imported from Syriac into the Persian language by the Syriac Christians ... Source. Tehran Times .
God, for a man that solicits insurance!. If only it were that simple ... the song is written “in Aramaic-East Syriac, which is used in the liturgy of the Saint Thomas Christians of Kerala.” No wonder we never understood a single word while singing it lustily through our misspent teens! The ’90s are now returning to me in an unstoppable musical stream.
BAGHDAD, Iraq (LifeSiteNews) — The Chaldean Catholic Patriarch of Baghdad is attempting to intercede with Iraq’s Islamic government for several hundred Christians who are about to be displaced in the nation’s capital ... The complex also contains non-displaced Christian families who do not have the financial means to rent houses to live in.”.