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The author, the head of the Evangelical church in Ard Sharīf, Shubrā, replies to an article reviewing a book by Metropolitan Bīshouy in which the leading clergyman severely criticized the Protestants and accuses them of having destroyed Christianity.
The author reviews a book by Metropolitan Bīshouy, the Secretary of the Holy Synod, in which he criticizes the Protestants and their "devastating" effect on Orthodox Christians in Egypt and their attempts in Kafr al-Shaykh to lure Orthodox Christians to join Protestantism.
This article explains that the patriarchal chair should only be filled by a qualified person who is elected according to the laws of the church.
The author sheds light on the life of Egyptian Orthodox nuns inside a convent and their rebellion against the convent head, Archbishop Bīshūy, for his strict orders separating them entirely from the outside world.
Pope Shenouda warned Copts anew against visiting Jerusalem under Israeli occupation.
Bishop Yuānnis speaks about the church in the modern age, arguing that though some laws do need to be updated, there is a general failure to recognize the positive aspects of the church’s laws, in particular those forbidding divorce. He also denies claims that the leading religious authorities are...
Readers may recall that the public discussion on church issues came about through an initiative of Pope Shenouda III, the Patriarch of the See of Saint Mark and his interviews with journalist Mahmoud Fawzī. Fawzi has since published these interviews in a series of books beginning in 1985, with the...
Sawsan Ibrāhīm ‘Abd al-Sayyid [daughter of late Father Ibrāhīm ‘Abd al-Sayyid] responds to Rose al-Yousuf’s interview with Bishop Mousa.
A group known as The Coptic Group for Church Reformation has led a vicious attack against Bishop Bishoy, demanding the elimination of his entourage, which has been a bad influence on Pope Shenouda and isolated him from his congregation.
The problem of the unrestricted power of those high up in the Egyptian Church resurfaces once in a while. A situation in which a bishop has the power to dictate his orders at will, cause trouble for many people and still keep his position can have disastrous consequences for the church.

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