Volume of collected papers from Seminar days I - V
Iraq has been a centre of Syriac Christianity for almost two thousand years.

This volume of collected papers from the Christianity in Iraq I - V Seminar Days (2004-2008) explores the Christian heritage of Iraq, highlighting the churches' innate ability to transcend barriers of language, culture, ethnicity and religion.

Syriac Christianity has maintained a discourse with the Muslim world, whilst the monastic institutions, still present in Iraq today, played a vital role within Iraq and in outreach dioceses in Central Asia.  In the post-medieval period, Christianity in Iraq revitalised itself in response to new initiatives, a process that continues today.

This Christianity in Iraq publication can be ordered from the website of Gorgias Press