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In Egypt a popular level of religion exists whereby celebrations of the Virgin Mary have had both Muslim and Christian participants.
Drs. Hulsman provides an overview of the history of the monastery of Abu Hinnis. The German researcher Dr. Otto Meinardus wrote in the sixties about seventh century murals in a cave church near Deir Abu Hinnis, a Christian village some 300 km south of Cairo. Most of these murals he then described...
Ayman al-Tuhāmī presents the story of Jesus’s birth, known as the nativity, as described in the New Testament and the Qur’ān. al- Tuhāmī explains that the major area of theological disagreement between the Qurā’n and the Bible is how each side regards Christ: While the Bible calls him the "Son of...
Text of lecture about a declining Christianity in the Middle East. Dalrymple compares between his travels in the mid nineties to when he collected material for his book ‘From the Holy Mountain: A Journey among the Christians of the Middle East,’ and recently travelled to the areas he had visited...
A report of the commemoration in Deir Abu Hinnis, 300 km south of Cairo, of the arrival of the Holy Family in Egypt.
"We plead with you as Christian leaders, who are concerned about both Palestinians and Israelis and with the future of their children, to help both sides equally implement peace and justice."
It was a sight sickening to hundreds of millions of Christians and the source of outrage among senior clerics across the world. A tower of smoke uncoiled high above the rooftops of Bethlehem yesterday, testimony to a fire burning by the church marking the place of Christ´s birth.
Review on how the Palestinian issue is approached by different groups.
The Coptic Orthodox Church’s commemoration of King Herod’s murder of the children in Bethlehem
Christianity Today published a cover page article of Cornelis Hulsman about the Coptic Orthodox tradition of the Flight to Egypt. The article is presented in this issue of the RNSAW with permission of Christianity Today. You will find here the text before it was edited by Christianity Today. It is...

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