May 3rd, 2015

Church of the East

Christianity in China experienced a significant revival during the Mongol-created Yuan Dynasty, established after the Mongols had conquered China in the 13th century. Marco Polo in the 13th century and other medieval Western writers described many Nestorian communities remaining in China and Mongolia; however, they clearly were not as vibrant as they had been during Tang times.
Church of the East - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Eastern Orthodox Christianity, Oriental Orthodox Christianity, and The Church of the East. are three distinct branches of Christianity with distinct histories, alliances, and theologies.  These articles are to help me sort them out.