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Twenty Centuries of christianity in Georgia

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The paper traces history of spreading Christianity in Georgia since the 1st  century AD, showing its significance for making the Georgian nation.  Based on historic sources the story includes the legends linked to the  process. Taking into consideration scholarly literature the paper dates proclaiming  Christianity in Georgia back to 326, considering the issue of autocephalous  movement of the Georgian Church. History of the Georgian Church embraces  contribution of the leaders in the different times.

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