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" Christianity was successfully preached to the Bactrians, the Huns, the Persians, the Indians, the Persarmenians, the Medes, and the Elamites. The Barbaric Churches, from the Gulf of Persia to the Caspian Sea, were almost infinite ; and their recent faith... "
Christianity Always Progressive: Being the Christian Advocate's Publication ... - Sivu 160
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Nide 6

Edward Gibbon - 1805
...the Bactrians, the Huns, the Persians, the Indians, the Persarmenians, the Medes, and the Elatnites : the Barbaric churches, from the gulf of Persia to the Caspian sea, were almost infinite; and their recent faith was conspicuous in the number and sanctity of their monks and martyrs. The pepper...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Nide 8

Edward Gibbon - 1811
...preached to the Bactrians, the Huns, the Persians, the Indians, the Persarmenians, the Medes, and the Elamites: the barbaric churches, from the gulf of Persia to the Caspian sea, were almost infinite; and their recent faith was conspicuous in the number and sanctity of their monks and martyrs. The pepper...

“The” History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Nide 8

Edward Gibbon - 1820
...Bactrians, the Huns, the Persians, the Indians, the Persarmenians, the Medes, andtheElamites: thebarbaric churches, from the gulf of Persia to the Caspian sea, were almost infinite; and their recent faith was conspicuous in the number and sanctity of their monks and martyrs. The pepper...

The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1827
...Nestorians) to the Bactrians, the Huns, the Persians, the Indians, the Persannenians, the Medcs, and the Elamites. The barbaric churches from, the Gulf of Persia to the Caspian Sea, were almost infinite ; and their faith was conspicuous in the number and sanctity of their monks and martyrs. t Brcrewood's...

An Analytical and Comparative View of All Religions Now Extant Among Mankind

Josiah Conder - 1838 - 80 sivua
...preached to the Bactrians, the Huns, the Persians, the Indians, the Persarmenians, the Medes, and the Elamites : the barbaric churches, from the Gulf of Persia to the Caspian Sea, were almost infinite ; and their recent faith was conspicuous in the number and sanctity of their monks and martyrs. The...

An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine

John Henry Newman - 1845 - 453 sivua
...preached to the Bactrians, the Huns, the Persians, the Indians, the Persarmenians, the Medes, and the Elamites : the Barbaric Churches from the gulf of Persia to the Caspian Sea were almost infinite ; and their recent faith was conspicuous in the number and sanctity of their monks and martyrs. The...

China; political, commercial, and social; an official report, Nide 2

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1847
...the Gospel was carried to the Bactrians, the Huns, the Indians, the Persarmenians, the Medes, and the Elamites ; the barbaric churches, from the Gulf of Persia to the Caspian sea, were almost infinite; and their recent faith was conspicuous in the number and sanctity of their ministers." Mosheim states...

The Churchman's companion

...the borders of Russia and Siberia) the Persians, the Indians, the Persarmenians, the Sfedes, and the Elamites ; the Barbaric Churches from the Gulf of Persia to the Caspian Sea were almost infinite, and their recent faith was conspicuous in the number and sanctity of their monks and martyrs. The pepper...

A History of the Holy Eastern Church: The Patriarchate of Alexandria, Nide 1

John Mason Neale - 1850
...successfully preached to the Bactrians, the Huus, the Persians, the Indians, the Persarmenians, the Medes, the Elamites ; the barbaric Churches from the Gulf of Persia to the Caspian Sea were almost infinite ; and their recent faith was conspicuous in the number and sanctity of their Monks and Martyrs. The...

The North British Review, Nide 13

1850
...countries lying to the north of the great Caucasian range. " The Barbaric Churches," says Gibbon, " from the Gulf of Persia to the Caspian Sea, were almost infinite ; and their recent faith was conspicuous in the number and sanctity of their monks and martyrs." "...




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