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35. God: Who is He?

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God: Who is He?
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Katia Saqqā
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‘Ākhir Sā‘ah published a file of the concept of God in the main religions and philosophies through are history.
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21. The Gospel of Judas returns home; an expected controversy

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The Gospel of Judas returns home; an expected controversy
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Katia Saqqā
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The secretary general of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities announces having reached an agreement with the US to return the manuscript of the Gospel of Judas to Egypt, where it was discovered. ‘Ākhir Sā‘ah magazine published a number of articles on the subject and expected considerable controversy upon the manuscript’s return to Egypt.
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34. Pedophilia in the Vatican’s churches

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Pedophilia in the Vatican’s churches
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50 - 51
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March 31, 2010
Author: 
Dīnā Tawfīq
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Katia Saqq&#257
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Cases of child sex abuse in the Catholic Church have stirred people’s anger at the Vatican, which denied having ignored the problem. Pope Benedict expresses his regret over the sexual assaults and calls for the trial of the culprits.
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10. The Coptic Orthodox Church will not violate the Bible for a judicial ruling

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The Coptic Orthodox Church will not violate the Bible for a judicial ruling
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2010-06-02
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Katia Saqqā
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The Church confirms its refusal to authorize second marriage for divorced Copts, in spite of a ruling in the Supreme Administrative Court obliging the church to allow remarriage. Pope Shenouda stated that nothing on Earth can force the church to violate its doctrine or Biblical teachings. Legal figures assert that the ruling is not binding to the church.
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12. Hamdī Zaqzūq: The relationship between Islam and Christianity is "organic"

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12. Hamdī Zaqzūq: The relationship between Islam and Christianity is "organic"
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24, 25, 26
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January 6, 2010
Author: 
Hassan ‘Alām
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Radwa Y&#363nus
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Ākhir Sā‘ah interviews Hamdī Zaqzūq, the ministry of endowments, who speaks about the relationship between Islam and Christianity and about the issue of banning minarets in Switzerland.
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52. Coptic Orthodox history in Egypt

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52. Coptic Orthodox history in Egypt
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Katia Saqqā
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The Coptic Orthodox doctrine and Christianity in Egypt passed through hard times before being established. ‘Alā’Hijāb al-Musawwar wrote a detailed report on Coptic Orthodox history in Egypt. Al-Musawwar also shed light on Coptic art and iconography.
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51. Egypt celebrates Christmas

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51. Egypt celebrates Christmas
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Katia Saqqā
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In spite of the tragic violence at Naj‘ Hammādī, the Egyptian press adhered to its annual tradition of publishing a considerable number of articles about Christmas and many Christmas greetings and Christmas-related arguments. President Mubārak greeted Pope Shenouda and the Coptic public in Egypt and abroad.
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37. Advisory centers to solve family problems

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37. Advisory centers to solve family problems
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42- 43
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January 6, 2010
Author: 
‘Alā’ Hijāb and Muná Sirāj
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Katia Saqq&#257
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The Coptic Orthodox Church has established advisory centers to provide help and guidance for people who have marital problems.

 

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46. The reform of religious discourse in Egypt

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The reform of religious discourse in Egypt
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Katia Saqqā
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‘Ākhir Sā‘ah published a number of articles on the need to reform religious discourse in Egypt. Many observers called to resist the extremist religious discourse and promote moderation and unity.
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19. Expatriate Copts encourage Egyptian Copts to carry weapons and attack Muslims and security officers

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Expatriate Copts encourage Egyptian Copts to carry weapons and attack Muslims and security officers
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34:35
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January 27, 2010
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Basmah Ahmad al-Khash&#257b
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Some expatriate Copt organizations have triggered feelings of enmity and hatred in the Copts living within Egypt, exciting them to carry weapons to use against Muslims who they fear are taking away their freedoms. These incitements ignite the fire of sectarian disputes and fitnah between Christians and Muslims in Egyptian society.   
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