Christianity in the Middle East

A Paper by Georges Dorlian, Dean, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, University of Balamand, Lebanon, presented at the 12th Rhodes Forum on September 27, 2014

The Christian presence in the Middle East has created, throughout centuries, a unique phenomenon which grew on the margins of non-Christian States and among them. It is worth mentioning that the Christian presence was neither incidental nor recent, for its roots date back to the time before Islam had appeared as a religion which later became a vastly expanded State.

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