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Celebrating the Evangelical Church’s 150 years of ministry in Egypt, Munā al-Mallākh writes on the history of Evangelicalism in Egypt.
The church has freed itself from these mistakes and was confined to its spiritual and moral role, leaving science for scientists with their research, study and discoveries.
Rev. Dr. Michael Shelley is a pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. He first came to Egypt in the summer of 1976. He returned to Egypt in the fall of 1979, and has lived here for a total of twenty-one years. He has been the pastor of churches for expatriates and became in 1998 the...
The RNSAW formed an editorial board in April 2000. In this document the editorial policy of the RNSAW is explained.
Hulsman asked three Evangelical pastors in Egypt to comment on the two Rose el-Yousef articles. These pastors are certainly not happy with the publications in Rose el-Yousef. Their criticism, however, focuses on the tensions between churches in Egypt and para-Christian organizations, the...
Atef Helmi, an Egyptian Catholic, focuses his criticism on what he considers superstition of Egyptian Charismatics who are linked to American Charismatic movements.
The RNSAW gave a summary of both Rose el-Yousef articles in RNSAW, week 28, edition July 9-15, 1999. Since several readers asked for the full text that text is given in this issue together with comments from Evangelical Egyptian church leaders. Wa’el Lotfi writes about the opposition of Egypt’s...
A growing Charismatic movement amongst Christian youth, especially amongst the Protestants is compared to Dervishism and Sufism in Islam, and the question is posed: Is there Dervishism in Christianity?
The article of Khaled Hassan contained much wrong information damaging the image of father van Nispen. Father van Nispen wrote a letter to the editor and asked the paper to publish his response which was done on November 26. The text of father van Nispen’s response is given in this issue of the...

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