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Inclusive Citizenship is a dream of many people in our world today. The definition of inclusive citizenship, as I understand it, is the granting of full rights of citizenship to all people regardless of their religion, ethnicity, gender, color, socio-economic status etc. It signifies not just...
Learning to think about religion/religions in a multi-disciplinary way Understanding the concept of “sacred history” Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Interpretations of sacred history
The archeologist, Dr. ʿAbd al-Raḥīm Rayḥān, General Director of Research, Archeology and Scientific Publications for South Sinai at the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has announced a permanent museum exhibition within Saint Catherine’s Monastery. Since its establishment in 2001, the museum has...
Among the publications at the Cairo International Book Fair is the Arabic translation of When Jesus Became God by the Jewish-American author, Richard E. Rubenstein, published by Dār al-Yāsmīn Publishing and translated by Usāma Naṣṣār.  The 437-page book has provoked debate since the announcement of...
Dr Sāmī Fawzī, Archbishop of the Episcopal/Anglican Church of Alexandria, participated in joint theological dialogue sessions between the Anglican Church and the Eastern Orthodox Churches around the world through a Zoom meeting.
Dr Aḥmad al-Ṭayyib, Grand Imam of al-Azhar al-Sharīf, headed to the Italian capital of Rome in early October to attend the Summit of Religious Leaders for Climate Change under the title (Faith and Science) on the 4thOctober, a prelude to the UN Conference COPE 26 (the 26h UN Climate Change...
The Youth Bishopric will start today the Coptic Book Fair, from 16 to 26 November, at St. Mark's Cathedral in al-ʿAbbāssiyya.
The Episcopal Church in Egypt is witnessing a new era, as Bishop Dr. Munīr Ḥanā bids farewell to the position of Head of the Alexandria Region of the Anglican Episcopal Church after reaching the age of retirement, while a new bishop is being appointed in his place, Dr. Sāmī Fawzī.
Many non-religious people in the West tend to believe religious people are irrational. Their view of religious Muslims is often even less favorable. They are, unjustly, often associated with religious extremism. Ignorance of the great diversity that we find in all religions as well as their...
Sermon given by Prof. Dr. Mike Reimer, teaching at the Department of History, American University in Cairo (AUC), on Orthodox Good Friday April 30, 2021, in the Anglican St. John the Baptist Church in Maadi, Cairo. This was typically the sermon of a historian. The sermon is based on the Gospel...

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