Arab Christians are not the only Christian group in the Middle East, with significant non-Arab indigenous Christian communities of Assyro-Chaldeans, Arameans, Armenians and others.Although sometimes classified as "Arab Christians", the largest Middle Eastern Christian groups of Maronites and Copts often claim non-Arab ethnicity: a significant proportion of Maronites claim descent from the ancient Phoenicians while Copts also eschew an Arab identity, preferring an Ancient Egyptian one.The Nabataeans initially adopted pagan beliefs, but they became Christians by the time of the Byzantine period around the 4th century.The new Arab invaders, who soon pressed forward into their seats found the remnants of the Nabataeans transformed into peasants.Arab Lounge is currently the largest online Christian and Muslim dating service for Arabs.Join our Arab personals and qiran dating site today to meet compatible and beautiful Arab women and men and your Arab match.During the fifth and sixth centuries, the Ghassanids, who at first adopted monophysitism, formed one of the most powerful confederations allied to Christian Byzantium, being a buffer against the pagan tribes of Arabia.The last king of the Lakhmids, al-Nu'man III ibn al-Mundhir, a client of the Sasanian Empire in the late sixth century, also converted to Christianity (in this case, to the Nestorian sect).
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Emigrants from Arab Christian (including Melkite-Antiochian Greek Christians) communities make up a significant proportion of the Middle Eastern diaspora, with sizable population concentrations across the Americas, most notably in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, and the US.
The first Arab tribes to adopt Christianity were likely Nabataeans and Ghassanids.