Series: ܡܪܢ ܐܬܐ / Mōrān ʾEthʾō

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Syriac Christianity in the East by Wolfgang Hage1
Spirituality in the Syriac tradition by Sebastian P. Brock2
Burial service for nuns : Syriac text with translation by Sebastian P. Brock4
St. Ephraem the Syrian and St. Gregory the Theologian Confront the Arians by Paul S. Russell5
Bride of Light: Hymns on Mary from the Syriac Churches by Sebastian P. Brock6
Syriac Writers on Muslims and the Religious Challenge of Islam by Sidney H. Griffith7
The Exodus Commentary of St Ephrem (Moran Etho Series #8) by St. Ephrem8
The Exodus Commentary of St. Ephrem by Alison Salvesen8
A Brief Outline of Syriac Literature by Sebastian P. Brock9
The Gospel of St. Mathew by Cor-Episcopa Rt. Rev. Dr. Curian Kaniamparampil11
John of Dara: Commentary on the Eucharist by Baby Varghese12
The ||commentary of John of Dara on the Eucharist by Jean de Dara,12
The Ritual Of The Clothing Of Monks by Francis Acharya13
Syriac in Six Months by Curian Corepiscopa Kaniamparampil14
Mar Babai the Great: Some Useful Counsels on the Ascetical Life by Geevarghese Chediath15
Church and Sacraments: Reflections of a Layman by Mathew Oruvattithara16
The Hierarchy of the Churches of East and West Syriac Traditions by John Madey17
The History of the Assyrian Church of the East in the Twentieth Century by Mar Aprem18
Hymns of the Syriac Church by Hatune Dogan21
Musicality Makes the Malankara Liturgy Mystical by Philip Vysanethu22
Aphrahat Demonstrations 1 (1-10) by Kuriakose Valavanolickal23
Aphrahat Demonstrations I by Aphraates the Persian Sage23
Aphrahat Demonstrations 2 (11-20) by Kuriakose Valavanolickal24
Aphrahat Demonstrations II by Aphraates the Persian Sage24
Mariological Thought of Mar Jacob of Serugh (451-521) by James Puthuparampil25
Shirin, Christian Queen: Myth of Love by Wilhelm Baum26
The Christian Minorities in Turkey by Wilhelm Baum28
Lexicon of Gəʿəz Verbs for Students by Maija Priess37

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