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Paruyr Muradyan, Astghik Musheghyan: THE SEMINARY OF ARMASH
Paruyr Muradyan, Astghik Musheghyan: THE SEMINARY OF ARMASH
  • 1998, 259 pp. (in Armenian)

This two-partite study is dedicated to a seminary established in the 19th century in the Armenian-populated village of Armash, Turkey, the region of Nicomedia. The founders of the Seminary of Armash were Bishop Maghakia Ormanian and the Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople Khoren Ashekian. The first part of this study, written by Prof. Paruyr Muradyan, presents the history of the monastery where the Seminary was located and of the Seminary itself. Astghik Musheghyan, the author of the second part, presents the musical traditions of the Seminary, the teachers of music who worked there, and their musical heritage.

Archbishop Khoren Ashekian: THE LIFE OF THE CLERGY
Archbishop Khoren Ashekian: THE LIFE OF THE CLERGY
  • "Gandzasar" Theological Center, 1993, 127 pp. (in Armenian)

This book, written by one of the 19th century Armenian Patriarchs of Constantinople, Khoren Ashekian, is addressed to the pastors of the Armenian Church. It was first published in 1891 in Constantinople. The chapters of the book are dedicated to the vocation of a clergyman as a pastor of the Church and to all those virtues by which he must be adorned to be a good servant of the Saviour and of the Armenian Church.

SONG OF SONGS with Commentary by the Church Fathers
SONG OF SONGS with Commentary by the Church Fathers
  • "Gandzasar" Theological Center, 1993, 149 pp. (in Armenian)

This volume, compiled by Fr. Mesrop Aramian, is a commentary on the Song of Songs, according to the Church Fathers, namely – Hyppolitus of Bostra, Origen, St Gregory of Nyssa, St Gregory of Narek, Vardan Areveltsi, and St Gregory of Tathev. The commentaries appear after each verse of the text of the book and are mostly retold, though sometimes one can also find translated excerpts. The Appendix of the book presents a new Eastern Armenian translation of the classical Armenian version of the Song of Songs.

St Nerses the Grace-filled: ENCYCLICAL LETTER
St Nerses the Grace-filled: ENCYCLICAL LETTER
  • "Gandzasar" Theological Center, 1991, 124 pp. (in Armenian)
  • Translated from Classical Armenian into Eastern Armenian by Fr. Mesrop Aramian, Tigran Khachatryan and Seda Stamboltsyan

This book presents an Eastern Armenian translation of the first pontifical encyclical of St Nerses the Grace-filled as the Catholicos of the Armenian Church. Written in the 12th century, it is still as important and urgent as ever. This is a lengthy treatise, which addresses the various groups of people found in society. The encyclical begins with an introduction in which St Nerses gives instruction in the dogmatical faith of the Church, which is the foundation of Christian life. Then the letter is divided into chapters in which the holy catholicos addresses, one by one, different groups found in society- monks, abbots, bishops, priests, princes, soldiers, citizens, peasants and the general population, and finally, women. Throughout the centuries the role of the first encyclical of St Nerses has been so great that the precepts found in it have been viewed by some as part of the official canon-law of the Armenian Church.

Bishop Pargev Martirosyan: I AM THE WAY
Bishop Pargev Martirosyan: I AM THE WAY
  • "Gandzasar" Theological Center, 1995, 218 pp. (in Armenian)

This book is dedicated to the study of the ways to the knowledge of God in Christian and non-Christian mystical systems. The first chapters presenting the Christian system give a basic overview of Christian doctrine and speak of the theoretical and practical ways to the Christian knowledge of God. A separate chapter is dedicated to prayer which is the main means of that practical knowledge. Then the systems of yoga, theosophy, anthroposophy are presented. The survey is concluded by a comparative analysis of all of these systems.

Vardan of Aygek: EXHORTATIONS
Vardan of Aygek: EXHORTATIONS
  • Gandzasar, 1999, 220 pp.
  • Translated into Eastern Armenian by Fr. Shaheh Hayrapetyan

This book is a collection of admonitory treatises, written and compiled in a separate book by Vardan of Aygek [Aygekc'i], a well-known Armenian Vardapet of the 12-13th centuries, at the request of the Armenian prince Baghdin. The collection begins with a brief confession of the Holy Trinity and a short prayer, addressed to Him. This introductory part is followed by a letter from Prince Baghdin to Vardan Vardapet and by Vardapet's reply to it. Then 20 treatises follow which are dedicated to virtues and vices, eschatological themes, such as death, hell, the Antichrist, Christ's Second Coming, Heavenly Jerusalem etc. The treatises are concluded by a beautiful prayer, which presents supplications for the whole Armenian nation and the entire world, and by a brief colophon, written by Vardan Vardapet himself.

Eduard Danielyan: THE HISTORY OF GANDZASAR
Eduard Danielyan: THE HISTORY OF GANDZASAR
  • Gandzasar, 2005, 458 pp. (in Armenian)

The study presents the history of the Monastery of Gandzasar, located in the province of Artsakh of the historic Armenia. Numerous inscriptions and archival documents, in addition to the writings of Armenian historians of medieval and later periods, are used by the author to achieve his aim. Among the issues presented in the study is the history of the family of Prince Hasan-Jalal Dola, the founder of the Monastery's Church of St John the Baptist; of the Catholicosate of Gandzasar and of the struggle of the Artsakh people against foreign invaders. The study has not overlooked the issue of the Nagorno-Karabakh war; it presents the role of the prelate and the clergy of the Artsakh Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church in the struggle of the Artsakh people for freedom.

 

Eduard L. Danielyan: Gandzasar Monastery
Eduard L. Danielyan: Gandzasar Monastery
  • "Gandzasar" Theological Center, 2009, 228 pp.
  • Trilingual edition – in Armenian, Russian and English 

This photo-illustrated book is devoted to the past and the present of the Gandzasar Monastery and its significance in the history of the Armenian Apostolic Church. The book reveals the significance of Gandzasar as the spiritual, educational and scientific center of the Artsakh diocese, as well as the inspirer of the liberation struggle of the Armenian people. There are also memoirs of the participants of the Artsakh liberation struggle about the liberators and the clergy of the Artsakh diocese.

Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 1
Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 1
  • 1992, 352 pp. (in Armenian)

The 1st volume of the Gandzasar Theological Review comprises the following sections: Unpublished Texts; Theological Studies; Church Fathers; Lives of Saints; Spiritual Culture.
The volume opens with the Eastern Armenian translation of an excerpt from the "History" by Movses of Kalankatoyk' (Kalankatuac'i) about the history of the head of St John the Forerunner brought to Artsakh and placed in the Monastery of Gandzasar. 

In the section of Unpublished Texts the scholar Hakob Keoseyan presents the texts of the Classical Armenian translation of 3 treatises by Antipater of Bostra. Two of them are Words on the Nativity of Christ, the third - on His Baptism. The Classical Armenian original texts are accompanied by their Eastern Armenian translations, done by Ashot Aleksanyan. 

In the Theological Studies section, articles by Very Rev. Fr. Sepuh Sargsyan, Very Rev. Fr. Mikayel Ajapahyan, Rev. Fr. Mesrop Aramian and Tigran Khachatryan are placed. 

The Church Fathers section includes Eastern Armenian translations of some passages of the 'Word on the True Faith and Virtuous Life' by Grigor Vardapet (trans. by Seda Stamboltsyan), of 'On Prayer' by St Nilus of Sinai (trans. by Fr. Mesrop Aramian), and the Classical Armenian original text of the first parts of 'Word of Confutation against Dyophysites' by Anania of Sanahin (text prepared for publication by Hakob Keoseyan). 

The next section presents the lives of several saints, venerated in the Universal and/or Armenian Churches. 

The Spiritual Culture section presents an article by Khoren Palyan about the Armenian sacred music of the 5th century.

Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 2
Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 2
  • 1992, 352 pp. (in Armenian)

The 2nd volume of the Gandzasar Theological Review comprises the following sections: Unpublished texts; Theological Studies; Church Fathers; Bible Commentaries; Lives of Saints; Spiritual Culture. 
The volume opens with the Eastern Armenian translation of Prince Sahak Artsruni's letter to St Moses of Khorean (Movses Xorenac'i), of St Moses' reply and his treatise "On Vardavar" (Transfiguration) (trans. from Classical Armenian by Gurgen Gasparyan). 

In the section of Unpublished texts, Hakob Keoseyan presents the Classical Armenian translation of St Basil the Great's "Word on the Great Day of the Lord's Presentation to the Temple". 

In the Theological Studies section, articles by Very Rev. Fr. Sepuh Sargsyan, Very Rev. Fr. Mikayel Ajapahyan, Rev. Fr. Mesrop Aramian and Tigran Khachatryan are placed. 

The Church Fathers section includes Eastern Armenian translations of St Dionisyus the Areopagite's "Mystical Theology" and letters to Gaius and Dorotheus. These are translated by Vigen Ghazaryan from the Classical Armenian version of Areopagitica. Also the Eastern Armenian translation of an admonitory treatise by Khosrov Bishop of Andzevatsik (Xosrov Anjewac'i) is presented (trans. by Tigran Khachatryan). The Classical Armenian text of the "Word of Confutation against Dyophysites" by Anania of Sanahin, the first parts of which were published in the 1st volume, is continued in this volume. 

In the Bible Commentaries section, Very Rev. Fr. Mikayel Ajapahyan presents, both in the Classical Armenian original text and its Eastern Armenian translation, the "Commentary on the Song of Songs" by Petros Berdumyan. 

The next section includes the lives of several saints, venerated in the Universal and/or Armenian Churches. 

The Spiritual Culture section presents articles by Khoren Palyan, Vigen Ghazaryan and Hakob Keoseyan.

Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 3
Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 3
  • 1993, 352 pp. (in Armenian)

The 3rd volume of the Gandzasar Theological Review comprises the following sections: Theological Studies; Church Fathers; Bible Commentaries; Lives of Saints; New Armenian Martyrs; Spiritual Culture. The volume opens with an excerpt about St Elisha the Apostle from the "History" by Moses of Kalankatoyk', and with the Eastern Armenian translation of St Moses of Khorean's (Movses Xorenac'i) two treatises on the holy Virgin Hripsime and her companions (trans. from Classical Armenian by Gurgen Gasparyan). 

In the Theological Studies section, articles by Archbishop Maghakia Ormanyan, Very Rev. Fr. Abel Oghlugyan, Rev. Fr. Mesrop Aramian and Hakob Keoseyan are placed. 

The Church Fathers section includes Eastern Armenian translations of 4 treatises by St John Mandakuni (trans. by Fr. Mesrop Aramian), the "Powerful" Prayer of St Ephrem the Syrian (trans. from classical Armenian by Tigran Khachatryan) and the continuation of the Classical Armenian text of the "Word of confutation against dyophysites" by Anania of Sanahin (see the preceding parts in the 1st and 2nd volumes of the Review). 

The Bible Commentaries section presents the Classical Armenian text of a commentary "On David and Saul" by Hippolytus of Bostra (text prepared for publication by Hakob Keoseyan), and the Eastern Armenian translation of the commentary on the Lord's Prayer by St Elishe (trans. by Khachik Grigoryan). 

The next section includes the lives of several saints, venerated in the Universal and/or Armenian Churches. Following them, presented are the martyrologies of four Armenian martyrs ("new martyrs") who were killed in the 15th, 18th and 20th centuries by the hands of Muslims. 

The Spiritual Culture section presents articles by Vigen Ghazaryan, Tigran Khachatryan and a treatise by Ghevond Alishan (the first part, to be continued in the next volume).

Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 4
Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 4
  • 1993, 348 pp. (in Armenian)

The 4th volume of the Gandzasar Theological Review comprises the following sections: Theological Studies; Church Fathers; Bible Commentaries; Lives of Saints; New Armenian Martyrs; Spiritual Culture. The volume opens with the Eastern Armenian translation of Nerses of Lambron's "Ode on the Coming of the All-Holy Spirit of God" (trans. by Very Rev. Fr. Mikayel Ajapahyan). 

In the Theological Studies section, articles by Archbishop Maghakia Ormanyan, Very Rev. Fr. Abel Oghlugyan, Rev. Fr. Mesrop Aramian, Paruyr Muradyan and Hakob Keoseyan are placed. 

The Church Fathers section includes Eastern Armenian translations of some of the Homilies («Yachaxapatum chark'») attributed to St Gregory the Illuminator, and one of his prayers (trans. by Fr. Mesrop Aramian and Seda Stamboltsyan); also the first parts of the text of the Classical Armenian translation of St Basil the Great's «Word on the Holy Spirit» (text prepared for publication by Hakob Keoseyan). 

The Bible Commentaries section presents the first parts of the Classical Armenian text of the commentary on the Gospel of Matthew by Anania of Sanahin (text prepared for publication by Hakob Keoseyan). 

The next section includes the lives of three universal Church Fathers, also venerated in the Armenian Church. Following them, the martyrologies of three Armenian martyrs ("new martyrs") are presented. 

The Spiritual Culture section presents articles by Vigen Ghazaryan, Levon Hakobyan and a treatise by Ghevond Alishan (continued from the previous volume).

Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 5
Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 5
  • 1994, 351 pp. (in Armenian)

The 5th volume of the Gandzasar Theological Review comprises the following sections: Studies; Original Texts and Translations; Bible Commentaries; Lives of Saints; New Armenian Martyrs; Spiritual Culture. The volume opens with the Eastern Armenian translation of an excerpt from the “History” by Kirakos of Gandzak, on Prince Hasan who founded the Church of St John the Baptist in Gandzasar (trans. from Classical Armenian by Marta Arabyan). Then follow two writings of the Armenian Church Fathers: the Eastern Armenian translation of the “Homily on Palm Sunday” by Catholicos Sahak of Dzorop’or (trans. from Classical Armenian by Seda Stamboltsyan) and the Classical Armenian text of the “Ode on the Holy Mother of God” by Grigor Cerenc’ of Xlat’ (text prepared for publication by Artashes Matevosyan).

In the Studies section, articles by Archbishop Tiran Nersoyan, Very Rev. Fr. Abel Oghlugyan and Rev. Fr. Mesrop Aramian are placed.

The Original Texts and Translations section includes the Eastern Armenian translations of St Clement of Rome’s I Epistle to Corinthians (trans. from Greek by Simon Grkasharyan), Mxit’ar of Skewra’s apologetic treatise “On the 12 Apostles' equality in honour” (trans. from Classical Armenian by Azat Bozoyan) and the following Classical Armenian texts: David of K’obayr’s “Introduction (Patchar) to St Basil the Great's Book of Lenten Homilies” (prepared for publication by Kim Muradyan), St Basil the Great’s treatise on the Holy Spirit (continued from the previous volume of the Review), and a treatise attributed in the Armenian Church tradition to St Athanasius the Great, “To Those Who Say Man Commits Good and Evil by God’s Command” (text prepared for publication by Hakob Keoseyan).

The Bible Commentaries section continues presenting the Classical Armenian text of the Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew by Anania of Sanahin (text prepared for publication by Hakob Keoseyan).

The next section includes the lives of St Mary of Egypt, Catholicos Mashtoc’ of Elivard and John the Deacon Philosopher. The life of St Mashtots is presented in both Classical Armenian and the modern Armenian translation. Following these lives the martyrologies of three Armenian martyrs ("new martyrs") are presented.

The Spiritual Culture section presents an article by Tigran Khachatryan on the symbolism of Christian temples.

Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 6
Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 6
  • 1996, 630 pp. (in Armenian)

The 6th volume of the Gandzasar Theological Review comprises the following sections: Studies; Original Texts and Translations; Appendix.

In the Studies section, articles by the following authors are placed: Fr. Mesrop Aramian, Fr. Artak Tigranyan, Azat Bozoyan, Hakob Keoseyan, and the Eastern Armenian translations of some articles by Aloys Grillmeier, Andrea B. Schmidt, Charles Renoux, G. Banateanu (trans. from English, German and French by Fr. Mesrop Aramian, Azat Bozoyan, Jasmen Mehrabyan and Gevorg Melikyan).

The Original Texts and Translations section includes the Eastern Armenian translations of St Clement of Rome’s I Epistle to Corinthians (continued from the previous volume), Mxit’ar of Skewra’s apologetic treatise “On the 12 Apostles' Equality in Honour” (continued from the previous volume), the "Story of the Repose of St John the Apostle" and Nerses of Lambron's Commentary on it (trans. from Classical Armenian by Seda Stamboltsyan), and the following Classical Armenian texts: the Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew by Anania of Sanahin (continued from the previous two volumes); the first writing from the collection of dogmatic treatises of John the Deacon Philosopher (Yovhannes Sarkawag; text prepared for publication by Fr. Mesrop Aramian), five moral and ascetical writings by the same author (text prepared for publication by Fr. Trdat Uzunyan), the dogmatic epistle to the Georgians by Mxit'ar Gosh (text prepared for publication by Paruyr Muradyan), the "Homily on the Feast of Theophany" by John of Erznka (text prepared for publication by Armenuhi Srapyan), the same author's epistle "On the Union of Brothers" and a New Year exhortative address to the inhabitants of the region of Ekeleac' (prepared for publication by Eduard Baghdasaryan), and, lastly, the "Epistle to the People of Karin" by Kirakos of Erznka (text prepared for publication by Fr. Avetis Danielyan).

The Appendix presents a brief essay about the Coptic Church, a book review by Hakob Keoseyan and Fr. Mesrop Aramian's announcement about the program of the Gandzasar Theological Center for the "Armenian Theological Library" book series.

Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 7
Gandzasar Theological Review, Volume 7
  • 2002, 528 стр. (на армянском языке) 
  • О. Месроп Арамян, «Исповедание веры». Гандзасарский богословский журнал. Том 7, 2002

Седьмой том Гандзасарского богословского журнала состоит из трех основных разделов: Исследования; Оригинальные тексты и переводы; Жития святых и мартирологи. Том открывается “Исповеданием веры” (на армянском, английском и русском языках), который представляет вероисповедание Армянской Апостольской Православной Церкви на основании слов святых и отцов Вселенской и Армянской церквей.

В раздел Исследования включены статьи отца Месропа Арамяна, ученых Грача Бартикяна, Паруйра Мурадяна и Акопа Кеосеяна. В этом же разделе вниманию читателей представлены три перевода: перевод с древнегреческого двух писем Константинопольских патриархов к Армянскому Католикосу (в книге приведены также оригинальные тексты, перевод выполнен Грачем Бартикяном) и эссе П.Минина (перевод с русского Акопа Кеосеяна).

Второй раздел включает восточноармянский перевод «Учения 12 апостолов», письмо и житие Св. Поликарпа, некоторые трактаты Св. Афанасия Александрийского, Св. Василия Кесарийского, Св. Ефрема Сирина, Св. Иоанна Одзунского, а также армянского отца 9-10 вв. Ананиа Нарекского. Переводы с древнегреческого выполнены Симоном Гркашаряном, с древнеармянского – отцом Месропом Арамяном, Диаконами Ара Налчаджяном и Сааком Казаряном, а также Мартой Арабян. В ряду оригинальных текстов, опубликованных в томе - древнеармянские тексты авторов Погоса Таронаци, Иоаннеса Саркавага, Вардана Аревелци и Иоанна Ерзнкаци.

В третьем разделе представлены жития нескольких святых, почитаемых как Вселенской, так и Армянской Церквями.

Том завершается Приложением, содержащим краткое эссе об Эфиопской Церкви, переведенное с французского Аркадием Саргсяном.

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