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Dr. Watson wrote for the RNSAW is widely used and admired by those concerned with the study of Islam and Christianity. No other similar service is available in the West. Watson wrote the international context of the RNSAW is most significant because of Professor Samuel P. Huntington’s thesis on the...
Everyone interested in Egypt and its history will be excited by this Coptic exhibition in France. The same exhibition was presented at the Institut de Monde Arabe in Paris from May to September this year. It is a stunning and artistically radiant presentation of the classical Coptic period in...
The Al-Midan article of September 5 in the RNSAW [week 36A, art. 17] mistakes Pius the Fourth for Pius the Ninth. When this pope referred to the Jews as ’dogs’ , he was following the general trend of anti-Semitism in the history of the Churches.
In this article, the Revd. Dr. John H. Watson comments on Adel Hamouda’s article on father Matta el-Meskeen that was published in Al-Arabi of July 23, 2000. Watson believes Hamouda’s article "is an extraordinarily interesting article for all who are concerned with the life of the Coptic Orthodox...
The RNSAW is pleased to introduce to you a new member of the Board of Advisors: The Revd. Dr. John Watson. Dr. John Watson is an Anglican scholar who was intimately involved in the campaign to release Pope Shenouda, after the arrest in 1981. He has published more than 500 articles, and three small...
Excerpts from the newly published book entitled The Coptic Church: Its History, Traditions, Theology and Structure.

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