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Also known as ‘Idtā d-Madniiḥā d-Miryin (Mirian Syriac for "The Mirian Church of the East"), Mirianism is a mystical Abrahamic tradition with roots deep within ancient Judean Christianity. It is based on the authentic teachings of Yešwa (Jesus the Nazarene) found in the New Testament gospels, the teachings of Saint Paul, Saint James, Saint Peter and Saint John in their epistles, the teachings and prophecies of several Old Testament texts and Apochrypha, and the modern insights of the Reverend Prophet Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity.
The whole name of the Mirian Church of the East is The Holy Apostolic Universal Mirian Church of the East (Mirian Syriac: ‘Idtā Qudištā u-Šliiḥāwtā u-Kulānāi d-Madniiḥā d-Miryin).
General Councils recognized:
- Council of Jerusalem (50 AD) — accepted as ecumenical only by the Mirian Church.
- Constantinople I (381 AD) — accepting the opposition to strict Arianism, Apollinarism, and Sabellianism; Mirianism still retains a form of Semi-Arianism.
- Ephesus II (449 AD) — accepting and confirming the opposition to Nestorian teachings.
- Nicaea II (787 AD) — accepting the lawfulness of icon veneration.
Recognition: Independant Eastern Church
Leader: (Position currently vacant)
Territory: Kerala (Kodungallur), India and Abroad
Reasons Behind the Birth of Mirianism Edit
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Hesychasm - Icon Apophaticism - Filioque clause Miaphysitism - Monophysitism Nestorianism - Theosis - Theoria Phronema - Philokalia Praxis - Theotokos Hypostasis - Ousia Essence - Energies distinction Metousiosis
The word "Mirian" comes from the Syriac word "Miryin", which means 'masters'. Mirian devotees are those who master, or overcome, many of conservative movements in mainstream Christianity, the absolute inerrancy of the scriptures claimed by most Christians, the creeds that divide people within the church, and the theory of Yešwa being of the same ontological essence of God the Father. However, Mirianism holds a (distinct) form of the doctrine of the Trinity, Yešwa's identity as Mišyah (Messiah), and the Resurrection. To trust in the Resurrection, as in the bodily renewal of Yešwa at the first Easter, is also to master the law of sin and death, at the personal and corporate level, to prepare for the Kingdom of Heaven on earth through personal and corporate resurrection.
See also: Soteriology (Mirianism)
Another reason why the Mirian Church was birthed was to reclaim the Succession of Rabban (Mar) Babowai who was brought down at the hands of the Persian kings. The Church of the East accepted Nestorian Christology which threatened to break the unity of the Christian Church in AD 484.
See also Edit
- Gospel of Harmony
- Qurbānā (Eucharistic Divine Liturgy)
- Holy Apostolic Statement
- List of Saints in Mirianism
- Mirian Views of Jesus
- Mirian Syriac language
- Prayer in Mirianism