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Egyptian media writing about George Bibāwī allegedly calling Pope Shenouda Kāfir. Reasons behind the tensions between Bibāwī and Pope Shenouda and the consequences of these conflicts for the Coptic Orthodox Church. Islamists feeling that Copts receive preferential treatment from authorities.
The article highlights the problem that faces the church legacy in terms of translating and publishing it, and the church’s negative stand toward it.
In this article the author reviews the main ideas mentioned in the book that created huge debate entitled, ‘Aṣwāmanā bayn al-Māḍī wa-al-Ḥādir...Uṣūlahā al-Rawḥīyah wa-Juzūrahā al-Tārikhīyah’ [Our Fasting between Past and Present...its Spiritual Basis and Historical Origins] written by Father...
In a controversial study presented by the dean of the Institute of Theological Studies at the University of Indiana in the U.S, Dr. George Ḥabīb Bibāwī accuses Pope Shenouda III of contradicting inherited Orthodox beliefs and denying fundamentals of Christianity. The study has resulted in a...
The Coptic Orthodox Church has not yet been invited to the conference that will be held by the National Council for Human Rights despite the fact that a number of Coptic expatriates have already been invited.
While Pope Shenouda accuses those who preach the divine human nature of the Son of violating the union of the Divine and Human natures of the Son, Bibāwī considers the pope’s argument to be an invitation to kill the disciples of Father al-Miskīn in the monastery of Anbā Maqār.
Drs. Hulsman provides a detailed description of Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt, and a history of Coptic problems, stemming from their own actions and outside influences.
FatherAntonius Hanīn, the dignified priest of Mār Marqus Church in Los Angeles, passed away on November 16, 2006.
This article describes the eighth conference of the St Shenouda the Archimandrite Coptic Society, held at the University of California Los Angeles (U.C.L.A.). The author says that this year’s conference was particularly successful, particularly because of the participation of Coptic youth this year...
Iqladiyus Ibrahīm reports the inauguration of the new Mār Girgis Orthodox Cathedral in England.
The numerous Christian denominations in Egypt and the U.S which present contradictory teachings are at odds with the Holy Bible’s commandment to keep the unity of the Spirit.
The author describes the Coptic Orthodox church at VilleJuif, just beyond the city center of Paris, particularly noting the resurrection mosaic on its facade and the work of the famous Coptic iconographer Adel Nassief.
In the same week as the pope’s return to Cairo after a medical trip abroad, many have spoken out about the controversial Archbishop Maximus I, or Max Michel. This article notes some of the key points of Michel’s life and discusses whether his controversial church has links with the US.
In a small box published at the bottom of the page in what looks like an advertisement, the author denies that he has joined or has had anything to do with the church set up by Max Michel, Archbishop Maximus I.
The author calls for full reconsideration of the rules and regulations of the Coptic Church.
The author deals with the future prospects of the church after Pope Shenouda III, the Patriarch of the See of Saint Mark, and the possibility that the next pope could come from outside Egypt.
The author focuses on vows and donations for Egyptian churches, how the financial yield from these funds is spent and the way these funds are managed.
The author, who is the press advisor of Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria, reviews some of the Pope’s main characteristics.
A tense relationship exists between the Pope and emigrant Christians because they used to oppose the systems of the state and the president and they do not submit to the Pope’s opinions.
Yūsuf Rāmiz, author of this article, expresses his concerns about the future of the Coptic Orthodox Church: its relationship as an institution with the State; the stability of its internal authorities and what will become of its domestic and foreign funds.

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