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Obituary of Otto Meinardus, eminent Coptologist and prolific writer who died at the age of 79 on September 18, 2005.
Personal recollections of Otto Meinardus.
In memory of Prof. Otto Meinardus.
In memory of Prof. Meinardus by Dr. Mary Massoud, Professor at Ain Shams University, Cairo.
A poem in memory of Prof. Otto Meinardus by Dr. George H. Bibawi, Director of the Orthodox Christian Institute, University of Cambridge, UK.
Memories on Dr. Meinardus and his work at the Maadi Community Church.
The exaggeration about the comparison between the role of traditional Islam and the Coptic Orthodox Church is simple. It is not the difference in attitude but in numbers/statistics. Copts simply do not have the numbers to seek power as Islamists do.
In the autumn of 1981 Christian students in London were praying for Egypt. They remembered the dramatic assassination by Muslim extremists of Anwar Sadat, the President of Egypt. There were daily prayers concerning the house arrest of the Coptic Christian Patriarch of Egypt
Christianity Today published a long article by Cornelis Hulsman about H.H. Pope Shenouda and Father Matta el-Meskeen, two major reformers in the contemporary Coptic Orthodox Church. The article is presented in this issue of the RNSAW with permission of Christianity Today. You will find here...
On the occasion of the Coptic New Year’s Day, the Christian Church of Egypt gave a presentation in the auditorium of UNESCO, Paris, under the title of Le Nil Eternel (The Eternal Nile).


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