BULGARIAN CHRISTIAN CIVILIZATION by Bozhidar Dimitrov – album book 2007
By Bozhidar Dimitrov
164 pages, Illustrated, 8″ x 11 1/4″
In the third and fourth centuries large groups of Bulgars settled near the Black Sea coast. In 632, Khan Kubrat established the state that the Byzantine historians named Great Bulgaria. Religious tolerance in the Bulgarian society allowed the quick spread of Christianity among the popula¬tion. The founder of Old Great Bulgaria, Khan Kubrat adopted Christianity in Byzantium’s court. His descendants of the Dulo clan, rulers of Bulgaria till 759, were
Bulgaria was blessed to receive the words of God from two of Jesus Christ’s apostles. In 52, Apostle Andrew set off on a tour in the affluent and populous cities along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. It was the time when the first Christian communities headed by bishops were established.
Share your thoughts!
Let us know what you think...
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review. Log in now
What others are saying
There are no contributions yet.