Outline Of Eastern Christianity

This article is the outline of Eastern Christianity. Enjoy…!

Eastern Christianity is Christian traditions and churches that developed in the Balkans, Eastern Europe, Asia Minor, the Middle East, the Horn of Africa, India, and parts of the Far East over several centuries of religious antiquity.

Eastern Christianity comprises church families that developed outside the Occident, with major bodies including the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Oriental Orthodox churches, the Eastern Catholic churches (that are in communion with Rome but still maintain Eastern liturgies), and the denominations descended from the Church of the East.

The terms “Eastern” and “Western” in this regard originated with geographical divisions in Christianity mirroring the cultural divide between the Hellenistic east and Latin West, and the political divide between the Western and Eastern Roman empires

Chalcedonian Christianity –  refers to the Christian denominations adhering to the christological definitions and ecclesiological resolutions of the Council of Chalcedon, the Fourth Ecumenical Council held in 451.

Moscow Saint Basil's Cathedral

Saint Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow

Eastern Christianity

Eastern denominational families

Spirituality in Eastern Christianity

Trinity: Father, Son and Holy Spirit

Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

What Is the Trinity?

God the Father

God the Son

God the Holy Spirit

Son of God

History of Trinity

Trinity in Scripture

Trinity related issues

Non-Christian Views of the Trinity

The Depiction of Jesus

The Depiction of Jesus

Who is Jesus?

Life of Jesus Christ

From birth to the Passion

The Passion

Resurrection and Ascension

Coming of Jesus (End Time)

Depictions of Jesus

Associated relics


FAQ about Jesus

Virgin Mary Queen Of Heaven Iconography Religion

Virgin Mary

Mary, Mother of Jesus

Who is Mary, Mother of Jesus?


Perspectives on Mary

Marian dogmas


The veneration of images of Mary is called Marian devotion (Lithuania), a practice questioned in the majority of Protestant Christianity.

Mary in Culture

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