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In an official declaration, Bishop Bīshūy denies having accused believers in the deity of Jesus Christ of being polytheists. He also denied attributing other people’s arguments to him.
Watson, who knows Pope Shenouda and many of the Bishops mentioned in the book well, closes his review with Hasan’s words: “It is doubtful that the Copts have made much headway, in their century-long tortuously slow trajectory toward citizenship with equal rights. This statement becomes truer if one...
PhD student Fiona McCallum concludes that by focusing on the bishops of the Coptic Orthodox Church, Hasan provides a clear and original study of the impact of the reform movement, illustrating that the use of traditions such as Coptic martyrology combined with modernization of the administration...
The following presents an interview with Tarek Heggy at the Center for Intercultural Dialogue and Translation. Drs. Cornelis Hulsman and staff members discuss sensitive issues throughout the Arab world.
The author discusses Coptic iconography over time, as well as the significant contributions of a number of renowned Coptic iconographers.
Labīb reviews the historical information about the Sultan Monastery, the sole Coptic monastery in Jerusalem. The final ruling recognizing the monastery as a Coptic property was issued by the Israeli Court of Justice in 1970. However, the ruling has not yet been executed.
This press review presents a summary of a series of articles published in Rose al-Yūsuf. Hānī Labīb writes about the history of the relationship between the pope as the head of the Coptic Orthodox Church, and the president of the Republic of Egypt from the mandate of Jamāl ‘Abd al-Nāsir until the...
This article is a description of the international growth of the Coptic Orthodox Church over the course of history.
The article discusses Mother Irene and her miracles, and how she is dearly loved by the heart of the Egyptians, both Muslims and Christians.
This article is the first in a series on the relation between the Coptic Orthodox Church, represented by the pope, and the Egyptian government, represented by the president. The following lines highlight the firm friendship between Pope Kyrillos VI and former Egyptian President Jamāl ‘Abd al-Nāsir...

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