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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
“Whenever you find yourself on the side of majority, it is the time to pause and reflect”   Questions are always asked. Who is better? Who will win? What’s next? Do we need to emigrate? Why there are conflicts? Are the Egyptians aware enough to avoid these questions? Or do they skip points like...
This is the transcript of the presentation H.E. Bishop Dr. Yohanna Qulta (84) gave at the Webinar on Inclusive Citizenship on September 26, 2020. This transcript was made by Shady Saleh elSherif. Before Bishop Qulta became a priest he was teaching philosophy at Cairo University, Egypt. He is a...
The discussion at the CAWU seminar led to numerous comments about the contribution of former European Parliament member Bas Belder since he had based his paper on controversial Coptic political activist sources in the USA and Europe which are mostly not in line with that of church leaders and...
A lecture from Dr. Tarek Mansour on Muslim-Christian relations in the Middle East.
The September 2020 Webinar “Comparing inclusive Citizenship in Egypt with Europe,” led to a discussion about the so-called Covenant of ʿUmar, also known as the Capitulations of ʿUmar, a 9th-century document prohibiting church building, the rebuilding of destroyed churches, and displaying a cross on...
About the demographic structure of Jordan
Today (February 5), the Coptic Orthodox Church commemorates several significant events, foremost among them being the anniversary of the martyrdom of Saint Abū Fām al-Jindī al-Ūsīmī.
The Coptic Orthodox Church has different clerical titles ranging from deacon (Shemās), priest (Kāhin/Qasīs, depending on function), archpriest (Qummūṣ), monk (Rāhib), archbishop (Muṭrān) and bishop (Usquf), as well as other titles granted to a church minister in accordance with the hierarchy he...
The main hall at the 55th Cairo International Book Fair (CIBF) hosted Islamic antiquities professors for a symposium titled ‘In the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo’ to discuss the museum’s role in maintaining Egypt’s identity.

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