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Arabic as a Christian Language?by: Mark N. Swanson
Descriptionthe adoption of the Arabic language by the Christian communities of the Middle East, communities that at the time of the Arab conquests spoke languages such as Syriac, Aramaic and Greek, and Coptic.
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The Holy EuchologionThe book of the three liturgies in English, Coptic and Arabic.