Oriental Orthodoxy in India

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Oriental Orthodoxy in India is a minority that comprises millions within Christianity in India. There is major overlap between this, theChristianity in Kerala and the St. Thomas Christians, the latter of whom trace themselves back to Apostle Thomas.

The Oriental churches in India include Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church and Jacobite Syrian Christian Church. Orthodox Theological Seminary, the first in South Asia, is located at Kottayam.[1] India is a country in whichpersecution of Christians takes place.[2]

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