The First Crusade’ Chronicles Armenian Christianity -
MAG and Associates recently announced the publication of George Mouradian’s latest book, The First Crusade, a historic account of Armenia’s adoption and embrace of Christianity, and the difficulty in maintaining that faith. The narration elaborates on the characters involved in the transformation, and begins with Saints Thaddeus and Bartholomew, who introduced Christianity to the region. The book then describes the nearly three centuries that followed, when Armenians lived in a half-religious state, both Christian and idle-worshiping, as well as St. Gregory the Illuminator’s dramatic involvement with King Tiridates III (Drtad), and the latter’s remarkable acceptance of Christianity as the state religion.
Mouradian has also written Armenian InfoText, a mini-encyclopedia; Never to Die: A Historical Novel About Armenia and the Quest for Noah’s Ark; Your Journey into Armenia; Evils of the World;Notable Armenian Sayings and Family Relations; in addition to two engineering texts and a book on marriage. All of the books have received exceptional reviews.