Displaying 31 - 40 of 100.
The author discusses possible conflicts amongst the bishops of the Egyptian Coptic Church if Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria dies, citing opinions from senior church officials who said that Bishop Bīshūy, the secretary of the Holy Synod, will be a persona non grata because he is stiff and no one...
‘Ādil Zāhir compares Bishop Bīshūy’s newspapers to that of Watanī.
Lutfī al-Numayrī criticizes the attitude of the Coptic Orthodox church towards other Christian denominations.
The selection for pope number 118 of the Egyptian Orthodox church has been narrowed down to three top personalities: Bishop Bīshūy, Bishop Mūsá and Bishop Yu’annis.
Father Marqus, the secretary of Pope Shenouda and the spokesman of the Coptic Orthodox Church, comments on Pope Shenouda’s statements about the severity of church trials. He also defends Pope Shenouda in relations to discussions about his successor.
The following review presents three letters written by Dr. George Habīb Bibāwī to his friend Kamāl Zākhir, who is facing the Orthodox church’s wrath at the present time. Bibāwī is a former Orthodox Copt who was excommunicated by Pope Shenouda before joining the Protestant church in the United...
Father Andrawus ‘Azīz criticizes the decision made by a bishop to excommunicate those who read the daily independent Rose al-Yūsuf.
In his article, ‘Ādil Zāhir notes Copts’ disapproval of the current situation in the Coptic Orthodox Church where people are constantly accused and judged. Zāhir points out Bishop Bīshūy’s transgressions in this regard, where he has made accusations that touch even respectable figures of the...
The author, in this series of articles, criticizes Bishop Bīshūy, the secretary of the Holy Synod, and refutes the top clergyman’s claims about him, demanding that a trial for himself and Bīshūy be conducted instead of leaving "this authoritarian way of thinking" to consolidate its position...
The author attributes Bishop Bīshūy’s deviant belief that Jews do not bear the responsibility for the crucifying of Christ to his membership in several international committees and their political influence.

Pages

Subscribe to