Panorama.am: Finnish Monk, Author of 500-Page Book on Armenia: “I never encountered such beauty anywhere”

Panorama.am: Finnish Monk, Author of 500-Page Book on Armenia: “I never encountered such beauty anywhere”

By Nvard Chalikyan  Finnish monk, Professor of Theology Serafim Seppälä has for years been studying the Armenian culture and history and has a number of publications on this topic, among them a 500-page book on Armenian art and culture; he is currently working on another book on the topic of the...

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Mass Murder Made Easy: The Story of the Armenian Genocide

Mass Murder Made Easy: The Story of the Armenian Genocide

In the midst of the current genocide being carried out against Assyrian, Chaldean, and Syriac Christians in Iraq, this documentary about the Armenian genocide in 1915 provides important historical context. All Christians should watch, reflect, pray, and tell the world about these atrocious evils. We can never forget, and we...

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White House Takes a Step in the Right Direction Against Christian Genocide

White House Takes a Step in the Right Direction Against Christian Genocide

Yesterday, the World Council of Arameans reported that nearly 400,000 families were ejected for Qaraqosh. Reports indicate that many of them are now stuck in the mountains near Irbil without food and water, facing certain death. This is just another in a string of events perpetrated against Middle-Eastern Christians and...

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For Middle East Christians, Past and Present Collide with Violence

For Middle East Christians, Past and Present Collide with Violence

Aldous Huxley, the author of Brave New World, once said, “That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important lesson of history.” When it comes to the Christians of the Middle East, we must learn from history and not repeat the same mistakes...

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