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The Holy Synod makes a number of new decisions regarding the Christian Church in Egypt. Following, Munīr denounces al-Ahlī fans who portray the cross on anti-Zamalek posters.
The article discusses the services that still, to this day, attest to the dedication of late Archbishop Samuel in different spiritual and social fields.
Reflections on the life of Bishop Samuel on the 25th anniversary of his death.
The blessed month of Ramadan and the Christian Holy time of Advent coincide this year. Thus, they become one among many signs that make Muslims and Christians nearest in affection. The attacks of September 11 were condemned by the authoritative voices throughout the Islamic community and among the...
Rose al-Yousuf congratulates the three Egyptian Christian religious men for being chosen as members of the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches.
During the preparatory meeting of the eighth general assembly of the Middle East Council of Churches (MECC), the council renewed its rejection of the theories of conflicts among civilizations, cultures and religions. It gave tribute to the Islamic-Christian dialogue sponsored by the council,...
The author gives background about the history and beliefs of Jehovah´s Witnesses, Adventists and Mormons. He comments that these extremist groups try to infiltrate the Egyptian Church. That is why, Pope Shenouda has warned against them more than one.
The World Council of Churches has modified its membership conditions to prevent extremist Christian denominations from dominating the council. Some extremist denominations exploited the freedom climate in Western countries and were able to win the membership of the council.
On February 24th 2003, the Coptic Church will participate in a three-day meeting in Geneva for the general assembly of the World Council of Churches. Pope Shenouda has appointed Bishop Sarabiun to represent him
Dr. Tarek Mitri speaks about the Islamic-Christian dialogue after September 11 and about the effect of the concept of “the clash among religions” on the course of the dialogue. He explains why calls for dialogue usually come from Christian institutions and how Arab Christians can defend the Arab-...

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