MS. Arm. e. 21
Nerses of Lambron, 17th-18th cent.
Contains the following proncipal chapters: Considerations upon the orthodox faith of the Church in the Holy Trinity and the Incarnation; Investigation into the Orders of the Church and the alternations made in it; Again, on the alternations intriduced into the Church, and on the dignity and grades of the Clergy; Investigation into the authority of the Fathers who prescribed that the bishops should have their seat in cities and no in monasteries; On the non grades of the Clergy, their functions and garments; Why the priest's dress is of wool, not of linen; On the Divine Sacramanet, and refutation of those who set it at naught; On the power of prayer, which ought to consist of mental activity; What is signified by calling the house of God a church, - the Church a bride, and Christ a bridegroom, etc.; On the significance of the arrangements of the Church.
Written in Nōtrgir script
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