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The author examines the intertwined history of the Coptic language and the introduction of Arabic in Egypt, underlining the influence that both have had on the history of Egypt.
The author discusses Coptic heritage, and Coptic traditions in the West, particularly in Russia. He highlights the fact that many Russian’s consider themselves Orthodox Christians.
The author gives several examples about the national stance of many Coptic popes throughout the history of Egypt, such as Pope al-Jāwlī, Kyrillos ?V and Kyrillos V.
Mīkhā’īl Miksī presents a review of “Christian Egypt… Faith and Life,” a book by Otto Meinardus, a former professor at the American University in Cairo. The book, which is a second volume of “Christian Egypt, Ancient and Modern,” discusses Coptic social life and the role played by Copts in the...
A Coptic writer advises the Copts of Egypt and the expatriate Copts of the need to establish a Coptic university.
Summary of the Ph.D. thesis of Revd. Dr. Wolfram Reiss about the Sunday School movement in the Coptic Orthodox Church with a focus on the role of Pope Shenouda III and Father Matta el-Meskeen and the place of the church in a Muslim society. Reiss´ study provides an excellent insight into the...
Midhat Bishāy directs nine questions towards the pope, concerning religious matters and the need for the church to re-assume some of its neglected responsibilities.
Christianity Today published a long article by Cornelis Hulsman about H.H. Pope Shenouda and Father Matta el-Meskeen, two major reformers in the contemporary Coptic Orthodox Church. The article is presented in this issue of the RNSAW with permission of Christianity Today. You will find here...
Dr. Ragheb Moftah beliefs that Coptic music has its origins in pharaonic music but others have serious doubts about this and say this cannot be proved because ancient pharaonic music was not written down. Dr. Moftah wants to preserve the old church music while others call for renewal.


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