Posts made in October, 2019

تاريخ كنيسة القيامة

Posted by on Oct 8, 2019 in Library, دراسات سريانية | Comments Off on تاريخ كنيسة القيامة

مدخل كنيسة القيامة عام ١٩٠٠       يطلق اسم القيامة على مجموع الكنائس التي شُيدت فوق القبر والجلجلة ومغارة الصليب . وقد رأينا تسهيلاً للقارئ ان نقسم تاريخها الى خمسة أدوار:     الدور الأول  يبدأ من حادثة صلب المسيح ودفنه سنة 33 م كما وردت في الأنجيل وينتهي بإعتناق قسطنطين الكبير المسيحية وهدم المعبد الوثني المشيّد على القبر...

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273. Jacob I, Patriarch of Antioch (d. 1517)

Posted by on Oct 1, 2019 in Library, Scholars and Writers | Comments Off on 273. Jacob I, Patriarch of Antioch (d. 1517)

Jacob I, Patriarch of Antioch (d. 1517) Jacob is son of the monk Abd Allah, known as Ibn al-Muzawwiq. He was born at al-Ahmadiyya village in al-Sawr and became a monk at the Monastery of Mar Musa (Moses) in al-Nabk. He studied under the Master and Metropolitan Musa Ubayd of Sadad.601 He became efficient in calligraphy. He was ordained a priest and went to the Monastery of Mar Hananya and then in 1480 to the Monastery of Mar Abhai. In 1496 he was ordained a metropolitan of Amid under the name Philoxenus.602 He was installed as patriarch in 1512 under the name Ignatius Jacob.603 He died in...

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272. Patriarch Masud of Zaz (d. 1512)

Posted by on Oct 1, 2019 in Library, Scholars and Writers | Comments Off on 272. Patriarch Masud of Zaz (d. 1512)

Patriarch Masud of Zaz (d. 1512) Patriarch Masud is son of Shimun (Simon). He was born at the village of Zaz in 1431. In 1453 he resided at the Monastery of the Cross in Bethel where he lived a strict ascetic life. At the beginning he was an illiterTo update this app, you need to accept it on the Account page in the App Store.ate but when he took to ascetic life in some caves he was enlightened through divine providence, and began to dictate to his companions wonderful spiritual treatises without his knowledge. Later he studied the Syriac language and was ordained a priest. In 1464 he was...

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271. The Monk Aziz of Midyat (1510)

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The Monk Aziz of Midyat (1510) Monk Aziz is son of the monk Saliba, son of Basus. He was born at Midyat and later joined the staff of Patriarch Masud by whom he was trained for the ascetic life, and whom he served for forty-five years at the Cross Monastery and at Salh after he had become a monk in 1465 and a priest. In a polished style he wrote the biography of his instructor, Patriarch Masud, after he became a metropolitan. This biography consists of six pages. He compiled the ascetic treatises of Patriarch Masud in a book entitled The Spiritual Ship,593 which otherwise would have been...

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