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Since the Second World War churches have made tremendous efforts to strive towards more unity. At the same time, we see national and church politics often getting in the way. In this example about church division from Egypt, it is not about dogmatic differences but about the long-term effects of (...
Various diocesan bishops of the Minya governorate released statements in recognition of the security efforts done by the security authorities to protect the property of the Copts, denouncing accusations against the security authorities for allegedly closing churches for security reasons.
Christianity in the Arab World was flourishing in relative terms prior to the First World War and consequent break-up of the Ottoman Empire.
The article discusses whether the divine gift of speaking in tongues still exists, as the Pentecostal Church claims, or if it has ceased to exist since faith spread across the whole world.
Bishop Bīshūy’s declarations are irresponsible and the Pentecostal Church respects Bishop Bīshūy. The Coptic Orthodox Church, declared Mūrjān ‘Azīz Mūrjān, head of the Pentecostal Church.
The head of the Pentecostal Church in Egypt expresses his anger against Bishop Bīshūy, denouncing his stances and criticizing Pope Shenouda and his policy as the head of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
Bishop Bīshūy’s interview was greeted with strong protest. Religious and laymen figures refute what they consider to be a slanderous and distorted reality in the bishop’s declaration.
After seven years of examination, the Administrative Court rejected a lawsuit filed by Rev. Samuel Mishriqi of the Pentecostal Church against Rev. Safwat Al-Bayadi, head of the Evangelical Maglis el-Mili [Community Council]. Mishriqi asked for not enforcing the decision of the council concerning...
Rev. ‘Azīz Murjān, the head of the synod of Pentecostal churches in Egypt, stated that South Korean Pastor Jaerock Lee’s faith is sound and genuine and he has never been a heretic. He added that Kamāl Farah, the pastor of the Evangelical Church in the Cairo district of Shubrā, has visited the...
Revd. Louis, a leading Pentecostal pastor in Egypt, is not happy with certain Western missionaries who destroy more then they do good for the church in Egypt. Revd. Louis explains why.
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